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Southeastern Massachusetts 

Technological Institute 

at North Dartmouth 



Message From President Driscoll 

The members of the graduating class of 1968 may feel, together with 
many other students of other colleges also leaving the academic world 
at this time, some apprehension as to what lies ahead in life for them. 

Your class is a part of a generation which has exhibited a genuine 
concern with the major issues with which man is confronted in the 
second half of the twentieth century. Large numbers of your generation 
have participated as activists in a number of man-serving noble organ- 
izations such as the PEACE CORPS and VISTA. A number of you 
will also serve in these, or similar humanitarian ventures. Others will 
defend, protect and foster our nation and its ideals by serving proudly 
as members of the Armed Forces of the United States. Perhaps some 
of you over time will have the honor of serving man and nation 
through both military and civilian organizations. I do hope each of 
you has made a personal commitment to contribute to the well-being 
of mankind and the preservation and further development of the demo- 
cratic ideal, thus helping to make our world a better, richer and safer 
place for all human beings. Do hold fast to your ideals and exercise 
continually an active commitment to help bring those ideals closer to 
reality. 

As you work for and toward the achievement and perfection of the 
ideals to which you are committed, remember to be charitable toward 
yourselves when you encounter reversals, as well as persevering, in order 
that you may also realize successes. You have ahead of you some difficult 
and trying times, as did the classes and generations which preceded you. 
Most have done better than we gave them credit for. If each of you 
does his or her share, and many others do theirs, your generation will 
be admired now and, perhaps, for centuries to come. 

Man, however dimly he sees it and realizes it at this moment, has the 
capacity for the first time in history to arrest and, possibly, eliminate, 
the ravaging effects which are the works of the Four Horsemen of the 
Apocalypse. You have a role to play in helping men and societies use 
this capacity effectively. For as long as you bend your efforts to the 
achievement of that goal, you will live exciting and rewarding lives. 
I wish you well. I wish you happiness and accomplishment. 



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Dedication 



DR. WALTER J. CASS, teacher, educator, founder, 

friend. 

For twenty years students of S.M.T.I. have taken with 

them warm remembrances of Walter Cass. 

This dedication can only begin to emulate our love 
and respect for him. 




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1. Arts and Humanities Building 
(now completed). 2. Lecture hall 
complex in which individual lec- 
ture rooms can be combined to 
form a full size theater. 3 and 4. 
Upper-level plans of theater. 5. Ad- 
ministration building. 6. Top floor 
of administration building. 7. Li- 
brary. 8. Typical floor of library. 
9. Textile Technology building. 10. 
Science and Engineering buiding. 
(More detailed sections on the fol- 
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The leaders are the men of the times, the men who shoulder the 
burdens of a new university, who organize and who solve the inexhaustible 
problems. In this age of the computer and the psychedelic movement, 
the administrators have been overwhelmingly successful in adhering to 
the traditional standards of education. Their attitude is well reflected 
by the contemporary buildings which house them. These men are striving 
forward with just the right amount of conservatism that is needed to 
maintain the elements of a solid and functional education. 



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Faculty 



ADAMS, DICKINSON W., Instructor in History 
BA. 1955 Harvard College 

AHEARN, MARIE L., Assistant Professor of English _ 

AB 1953 Regis College; Ed.M. 1958 Tufts University; A.M. 1961 
Boston College; Ph.D. 1965 Brown University 

ALPERT FREDERIC, Instructor in Business Administration 

A.B.' 1954 Dartmouth College; M.B.A. 1955 Amos Tuck School of 
Business Administration, Dartmouth College 



CLARK CHARLES E., Assistant Professor of History 

A.B. 1951 Bates College; M.S. 1952 Columbia University; Ph.D. 
1966 Brown University 

CLEFFI, AMERICUS J., Instructor in English 

BA. 1953, M.A. 1956 University of Missouri 

CLOUTIER, EDWARD H., Associate Professor of Textiles 

COBERT, JACQUELINE BAZINET, Special Instructor in Music— Voice 



ARURI NASSER H., Assistant Professor of Political Science _ 

BA. 1959 American International College; M.A. 1961 University of 
Massachusetts 



COBERT, JOSEF, Assistant Professor of Music 

Diploma 1949 Paris National Conservatory, France; Bachelor of 
Music 1957, Master of Music 1958 Boston University 



BAKER DWIGHT L., Associate Professor of Chemistry 

A.B. 1933 Amherst; M.A. 1934, Ph.D. 1940 Columbia University 

BAR-YAM, ZVI, Professor in charge of Physics 

B.S. 1958, M.S. 1959, Ph.D. 1963 Massachusetts Institute of Tech- 
nology 

BARTSON LESTER, JR., Instructor in History 

L BA. 1965 University of Michigan; M.A. 1966 Harvard University 

BARYLSKI JOHN R., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
BA. 1965 History of Michigan; M.A. 1966 Harvard University 

BARYLSKI, JOHN R., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

BS 1953 New Bedford Institute of Technology; M.Ed. I960 Bridge- 
water State College; Registered Professional Engineer 

BECK CLIFFORD N., Assistant Professor of Textiles 
B.S. 1950 New Bedford Institute of Technology 

RFNTO ROBERT, Assistant Professor of Physics 

bS 1956 Providence College; M.S. 1959 University of Maryland, 
M.S. I960 University of Florida 

BIGGELAAR, HANS VAN DEN, Associate Professor of Electrical En- 
B. n s ee i94 S 8, M.S. and E.E. 1951 University of Delft, Delft, Holland 

BOOTH, ROBERT C, Assistant Professor of Visual Design 

BRIDGMAN, HOWARD A., Associate Professor of Economics 
A B. 1933 Amherst; A.M. 1941, Ph.D. Harvard University 

BROADMEADOW, JOHN C, Associate Professor of Chemistry 

BS 193? New Bedford Institute of Technology; B^. 1934 North 
Carolina State College; Ed.M. 1952 Bridgewater State College 



BUTLER, MARTIN J., Instructor in History 

BA. 1956 Providence College; M.A. 1957 Boston College 



CAMPBELL, ALLAN L., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 

B.S. 1951 Northeastern University; Registered Professional Engineer 

CARON, PAUL R., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering 

B.S. 1957 Bradford Durfee College of Technology; M.S. I960, 
Ph.D. 1963 Brown University 

CASS, WALTER J., Associate Professor of English 

A.B. 1943 Northeastern University; M.A. 1947 Boston University 

CHANDY, A. JOHN, Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

B.S. 1954 Kerala University, India; MA. 1962, Ph.D. 1965 Boston 

University 



CIPOLLINI, JOHN F., Instructor of History 

A.B. 1963 Providence College; M.A. 1965 Villanova 



CONE ALBERT A, Assistant Professor of Physics 

A.B. 1959 Fordham University; M.A. 1961, Ph.D. 1965 Harvard 

University 

CONNOLLY, Director of Athletics 

CONRAD, WALTER E., Professor of Chemistry 

B.S. 1944, M.S. 1945 Wayne State University; Ph.D. 1951 Univer- 
sity of Kansas 

COOPER, ROBERT E, Assistant Professor of Textiles 

CORBEIL ROBERT R., Assistant Professor of Biology 

B.S.Ed. 1958 Gorham State Teachers' College; M.S. 1961 University 
of Maine; Ph.D. 1964 University of Toronto 

CORMIER EDWARD A., Assistant Professor of Business Administration 
B.S. 1948 Providence College; Ed.M. 1955 Brown University Certi- 
fied Public Accountant 

CORREIA, CHARLES A., Instructor in Mathematics 

B.S. 1960 University of Massachusetts; M.A. 1961 University of 
Mississippi 

CORY, LESTER W., Instructor in Electrical Engineering 
B.S. 1963 Bradford Durfee College of Technology 

COUNSELL ALDEN W., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. 1949 Northeastern University; Registered Professional Engineer 

CREAMER, DAVID J., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

B.S. 1958 Bradford Durfee College of Technology; M.S. I960 Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts 

CROWLEY, MICHAEL, Associate Professor of Mathematics 

B.S. 1947 Boston College; M.A. 1949 Boston College Graduate 
School 

CUMMINGS, DENNIS E., Instructor in Textiles 

B.S. 1961 Bradford Durfee College of Technology 

CUMMINGS, HERBERT P., Associate Professor of Painting— Fine Arts 
B.F.A. 1951 Washington University; M.A. 1952 Indiana University 

dePAGTER, JAMES L., Associate Professor of Physics 

B.S. 1951 University of Arkansas; Ph.D. 1958 Washington University 

DesLANDES, EUGENE D., Instructor in Modern Languages 
A.B. 1964, MAT. 1966 Brown University 

DIAS, EARL J., Associate Professor of English and Coordinator of 
Freshman English . 

A.B. 1937 Bates College; M.A. 1938 Boston University 

DUMONT, LILY, Special Instructor in Music— Piano 

DUPRE EDMUND J., Associate Professor of Textile Chemistry 

B.S. 1948 North Carolina State College; M.Ed. Boston University 



EATON, HELEN, Assistant Professor of Bibliography 
S.B. 1925 Simmons College 



HOLT, WARREN W., Professor of Mathematics 

B.S. University of Massachusetts; M.Ed. Bridgewater State College 



FELDER, JOAN, Instructor in Biology 

A.B. 1956 Barnard College; M.Ed. I960 Boston University 

FENAUX, LOUIS E., Associate Professor of Chemistry 
B.S., 1938, M.S. 1940 Boston College 

FIOCCHI, FERDINAND P., Assistant Professor of Chemistry 
B.S. 1937 Tufts College 

FITZGERALD, JOHN J., Associate Professor of Philosophy 

B.A. 1949 University of Notre Dame; MA. 1953 St. Louis Univer- 
sity; Ph.D. 1962 Tulane 



FLANAGAN, JAMES A., Instructor in Chemistry 
B.S. 1949 Bridgewater State College 

FLYNN, ROBERT E., Assistant Professor of History 

B.A. I960 Harvard College; M.A. 1961 Stanford University 

FREIER, JEROME, Associate Professor of Mathematics 

B.S. 1939 City College of New York; Ph.D. 1958 New York Univer- 
sity 

GIBLIN, JAMES L., Commonwealth Professor in charge of Textile 
Technology 



HYSLOP, GARY A., Instructor in Mechanical Engineering 

B.S. 1963 Bradford Durfee College of Technology; M.S. 1965 Uni- 
versity of Rhode Island 

INGRAHAM, VERNON L., Assistant Professor of English 

B.A. 1949 University of New Hampshire; M.A. 1951 Amherst; Ph.D. 
1965 University of Pennsylvania 

JACOBS, GEORGE, Instructor in Business Administration 

A.B. 1955 Harvard University; L.L.B. 1958 Harvard Law School 

JOHN, ANTHONY J., Professor of Mathematics 

B.S. 1950, M.A. 1957 Boston College; M.S. I960 Northeastern Univer- 
sity 

JOLLY, H. PAUL, JR., Assistant Professor of Physics 

S.B. 1958 Massachusetts Institute of Technology; A.M. 1961, Ph.D. 

1964 Harvard University 

KERN, WOLFHARD, Associate Professor of Physics 

B.Sc. 1948 Universitat Frankfurt/Main; M.Sc. 1951 Universitat Frank- 
furt/Main; Ph.D. Universitat Bonn 

KULKARNI, MURLIDHAR V., Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

B.Sc. 1951, M.Sc, 1956 University of Poona, India; M.S. 1963, Ph.D. 

1965 Yale University 



GOLEN, FRANK JR., Assistant Professor of Business Administration 
B.S. 1950 Boston University; Ed.M. Bridgewater State College 



LAFLAMME, ALPHEE N., Instructor in Business Administration 

B.S. 1952 Providence College; M.Ed. 1957 Bridgewater State College 



GONSALVES, LENINE M., Professor in charge of Electrical Engineering 
B.S. United States Naval Academy; M.S. 1960 Northeastern Univer- 
sity; Registered Professiopal Engineer 



GORCZYCA, FRYDERYK E., Assistant Professor of Mechanical 
Engineering 

B.S. 1958 New Bedford Institute of Technology; M.S. 1962 North- 
eastern University; Registered Professional Engineer 



GREENFIELD, STUART B., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B. of E.E.E., M.E. City College of New York 



GRIFF, MASON, Associate Professor of Sociology 

B.A. Tulane; M.A. Stanford; Ph.D. University of Chicago 



HABICHT, LOUISE A., Instructor in English 

B.A. 1963 University of North Carolina at Greensboro; Ph.D. ex- 
pected 1967 Brown University 

HAGUE, CHARLES J., Instructor in Business Administration 
B.S., B.A. Boston College; L.L.B. Boston College Law School 



HANSER, FREDERICK A., Instructor in Physics 

S.B. 1961, Ph.D. expected 1967 Massachusetts Institute of Technology 



HARDY, BERTRAM E., Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.S.E.E. 1940 Brown University; Registered Professional Engineer 



HERRERA, FRANK P., Assistant Instructor in Modern Languages 
B.A. 1964, M.A. expected 1966 West Virginia University 



HESS, ROSEMARY T., Instructor in Biology 
B.S. 1960 Salve Regina College 

HIGGINSON, THOMAS, Instructor in Business Administration 
B.S. 1962 Boston College; M.B.A. 1963 Boston University 



LARSON, HEALTHER, Assistant Professor of Biology 
B.Sc. 1956, Ph.D. I960 (Queens Univ.) 

•LaVAULT, RUDOLPH L., Professor of Economics 
Ed.B. 1933, Ed.M. 1939 Rhode Island College 



LEUNG, EDWARD, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

S.B. 1955, S.M. 1955 Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ph.D. 
1962 Stanford University 



LOZINSKI, B. PHILIP, Associate Professor of Art History 

Absolutorium 1939 University of Warsaw, Poland; M.A. 1949, Ph.D. 
1958 Yale University 



LOZINSKI, JEAN, Associate Professor of Art History 

B.A. 1943 (Occidental Col.), M.A. 1958, Ph.D. I960 (Yale) 



MACEDO, CELESTINO D., Associate Professor of English 
A.B. 1953 Stonehill College; A.M. 1957 Boston College 



MARSTON, WALTER E., Associate Professor of Chemistry 
B.S. 1956, Ed. 1958 Bridgewater State College 



MATTFIELD, FREDERIC R., Associate Professor, Co-Professor in charge 
of Business Administration 
B.S. 1939, M.B.A. 1949, M.Ed. 1950 Boston University 



MATTFIELD, MARY S„ Instructor in English 

B.S. 1955 Boston University; A.M. 1964 Brown University 



McCABE, ROBERT L., Assistant Professor of Mathematics 

B.S. 1957 Union College; M.A. I960 San Diego State College 



McCOY, THOMAS F., Associate Professor of Art 

B.F.A. 1950 University of Kansas; Diploma 1951 Academic Royale 
des Beaux Arts, Liege, Belgium; M.F.A. 1952 University of Kansas 



HOENIG, MILTON M., Assistant Professor of Physics 

B.A. 1954 Washington University; Ph.D. 1964 Cornell 



McNALLY, ALFRED I. JR., Instructor in Textiles 

B.S. 1961 Bradford Durfee College of Technology 



HOFF, JAMES G., Assistant Professor of Biology 

B.S. 1960 East Stroudsburg State College; M.S. I960, Ph.D. Rut- 
gers University 



McGILL, DAVID A., Assistant Professor of Biology 

B.S. 1952 (Bucknell Univ.), M.A. 1956 (Columbia), Ph.D. 1963 
(Yale) 



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McGARVEY, EDGAR, Instructor in Political Science 

B.A. 1959, M.S. Ed. 1961 (Alfred Univ.), Ph.D. expected 1967 (U. 
Mass.) 



PRESEL, DONALD S., Assistant Professor of Physics 

A.B. 1953 Brown University; M.Ed. 1959, M.S. 1964 Northeastern 

University 



MEAD, THEODORE P., Professor of Art 

B.F.A. 1947 Pratt Institute; M.A. 1950 Columbia University 

MEHRA, JAGDISH, Associate Professor of Physics 

B.Sc. 1949 Agra University, India; M.Sc. 1952 University of Allaha- 
bad, India; M.S. 1962 University of California; D.Sc. 1963 Universite 
de Neuchatel, Switzerland 

MIERZEJEWSKI, WALTER E., Assistant Professor of Mathematics 
A.B. 1948 Harvard University 



REARDON, JOHN H., Professor in charge of Biology 

B.S. 1948, M.A. 1949 University of Michigan; Ph.D. 1959 University 
of Oregon 

REGAN, JOHN T., Assistant Professor of Textiles 
A.B. 1922 Holy Cross College 

REHG, NORMAN M., Associate Professor of English 

B.A. 1939, M.A. 1943 University of Kansas; Ph.D. 1952 Harvard 

University 



MOWERY, DWIGHT F. JR., Professor in charge of Chemistry 

A.B. 1937 Harvard College; Ph.D. 1940 Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology 



REIS, RICHARD H., Assistant Professor of English 

A.B. 1952 St. Lawrence University; M.A. 1957, Ph.D. § I960 Brown 
University 



MURPHY, DANIEL J., Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.S. I960 New Bedford Institute of Technology 

NESBITT, ALEXANDER, Associate Professor of Art in charge of Design; 
Director of Visual Design Graduate Program 

NEUGEBAUER, MARGOT, Assistant Professor of Art 

B.F.A. 1952 Rhode Island School of Design; M.F.A. 1954 Syracuse 
University 

NICOLET, WILLIAM P, Assistant Professor of English 

BA. 1956 Bowdoin College; M.A. 1958, Ph.D. 1964 Brown Uni- 
versity 

PACHECO, LOUIS JR., Associate Professor of Textiles 

B.A. 1956 Bowdoin College; M.A. 1958, Ph.D. 1953 Bridgewater 
State College 



RICHARD, CONRAD P., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. 1950 Rhode Island School of Design; Registered Professional 
Engineer 



RIFKIN, LESTER H., Associate Professor of History 

B.S. 1945, A.M. 1946 New York University; Ph.D. 1959 Brown 
University 



RITZ, FREDERICK J., Instructor of Textiles 

B.S. 1957 Bradford Durfee College of Technology 



ROBERTS, J. LOUIS, Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 

B.S. 1951 New Bedford Institute of Technology; Registered Pro- 
fessional Engineer 



ROBITAILLE, LOUIS J., Instructor in Business Administration 
B.S. 1949 Providence College; M.Ed. 1954 Boston University 



PANOS, MARGARET A., Instructor in English 

B.A. 1954 Stonehill College, M.A. 1966 Brown University 



ROCHA, GREGORY F. JR., Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 
Ph.B. 1944 Providence College; A.M. 1948 Columbia University 



PANUNZIO, WESLEY C, Assistant Professor of Foreign Languages 
A.B. 1937, A.M. 1940 Ph.D. 1957 Harvard University 

PAPAS, ARIS T., Associate Professor of Psychology 

A.B. 1942 (Univ. of 111.), A.M. 1954 (Univ. of Chicago), Ph.D. 
1964 (Univ. of Athens, Greece) 

PARENTE, PAUL J., Associate Professor of Mathematics 

B.S. 1954 Bradford Durfee College of Technology; A.M. 1961 
Boston University 



ROCHA, MARIA ELISA, Instructor in Modern Languages 

B.A. 1948 College of the Sacred Heart, Puerto Rico; M.A. 1948, 
Ph.D. Columbia University 

RODIL, ANTONE, Assistant Professor of Textiles 

ROSENFIELD, MANUEL C, Associate Professor of History 

A.B. 1951, A.M. 1957 Boston University; Ph.D. 1961 University of 
London 



PATTEK, HAROLD I., Assistant Professor of Visual Design 
B.F.A. 1957 (Yale) 



SASSEVILLE, NORMAND, Associate Professor of Biology 

B.S. 1949 Providence College; Ed.M. 1950 Boston University 



PEIRCE, HELEN J., Instructor in Modern Languages 
A.B. 1921, M.A. 1927 (Smith) 



SAURO, JOSEPH P., Assistant Professor of Physics 

B.S. 1955, M.S. 1958, Ph.D. 1965 Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn 



PEARY, JACK A., Assistant Professor of Biology 

B.Sc. 1957 The City College of New York; M.Sc. I960, Ph.D. 1964 
University of Oregon 



PEREIRA, GEORGETTE, Instructor in Art 

B.F.A. 1962 Rhode Island School of Design 



PEYTON, ANN F., Assistant Instructor in Political Science 

B.S.Ed. 1958 University of Pennsylvania; A.M. 1964 Brown University 

PEYTON, HENRY H. JR., Instructor in English 
B.A. 1950, M.A. 1951 Baylor University 

PICARD, HANS E., Instructor in Electrical Engineering 
B.S. 1949 Worcester Polytechnic Institute 

PLOTNICK, ALAN R., Associate Professor of Economics 

B.A. 1949 Temple University; M.A. 1950, Ph.D. I960 University 
of Pennsylvania 



SCIONTI, JOSEPH N. JR., Instructor in History 

B.A. I960 Suffolk University; M.A. 1961 Tufts University 



SHIRALI, SATISH D., Instructor in Mathematics 
A.B. I960, A.M. 1961 Harvard University 



SILVA, AUGUSTUS, Professor in charge of English 

A.B. 1942 New York University; A.M. 1948 Columbia University 



SILVEIRA, WILLIAM A., Assistant Professor of Textiles 

B.S. 1954 New Bedford Institute of Technology; M.S. 1956 In- 
stitute of Textile Technology 



SILVIA, MANUEL S., Assistant Professor of Business Administration 

B.S. 1955 New York University; M.Ed. 1959 Bridgewater State Col- 
lege 

SIMEONE, LOUIS S., Associate Professor of Mathematics 

B.S. 1945 Northeastern University; A.M. 1951 Boston University 



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SMITH, CALEB A., Professor in charge Economics 

S.B. 1937 Haverford College; M.A. 1942, Ph.D. 1943 Harvard 
University; M.A. ad eundum Brown University 



WALSH, MARY LOUISE, Instructor in Foreign Languages 
Dean of Women 
A.B. 1937 Regis College; M.A. 1956 Boston University 



STERN, T. NOEL, Professor of Political Science 

B.A. 1934 Swarthmore; M.A. 1937, Ph.D. 1942 University of Penn- 
sylvania 



WASHINGTON, IDA H, Assistant Professor of Modern Languages 

B.A. 1946 Wellesley; M.A. 1950 Middlebury College; Ph.D. 1962 
Columbia 



STEWART, ALBERT A., Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. 1932 Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.A. 1952 Boston 
University 



WASHINGTON, LAWRENCE, Associate Professor of Modern Languages 
B.A. 1949, M.A. 1950 Middlebury College; PhX>. 1958 Brown Uni- 
versity 



STICKLER, JOHN G., Associate Professor of Textiles 

M.S. (Honorary) I960 New Bedfrtfd Institute of Technology 

STONE, SAMUEL A., Commonwealth Professor in charge of Mathematics 
B.S. 1936, M.S. 1937 University of New Hampshire; Ph.D. 1953 
Boston University 

SULLIVAN, LEO M., Professor of Psychology 

B.S. 1947 Worcester State College; M.A. 1948 Columbia University 

SWA YE, ARTHUR V., Assistant Professor of Textiles 
B.S. 1953 New Bedford Institute of Technology 

TABACHNIK, PRISCILLA R., Instructor in Business Administration 
B.S. 1963 New Bedford Institute of Technology 



WEEKS, WALTER J., Instructor in Foreign Languages 

A.B. 1962 Rutgers University; M.A. 1964 Brown University 



WHITAKER, ELLIS H, Associate Professor of Biology 

B.S. 1930 Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. 1936, Ph.D. 1949 

Cornell University 

WHITE, CHARLES W., Instructor in English 

B.A. 1958 Boston University; M.A. 1961 Tufts University; Ph.D. 1967 
Harvard University 



WILD, WILLIAM C. JR., Professor of Business Administration 
Co-Professor in charge of Business Administration 
B.S. 1942 Bridgewater State College; M.B.A. I960 Northeastern Uni- 
versity 



TEETER, CHARLES E., Associate Professor of Chemistry 
A.B. 1923, A.M. 1926, Ph.D. 1937 Harvard University 

TEETER, LURA S., Associate Professor of Philosophy 

A.B. 1928 University of California; A.M. 1934, Ph.D. 1951 Rad- 
cliffe College 



WILKINS, EDWARD J., Instructor of Sociology 
A.B. 1958, M.A. 1962 Washington University 

WILLIAMS, EUGENE R., Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering 
B.S. 1942 Northeastern University; M.Ed. 1955 Rhode Island College 



THOMAS, GEORGE J., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 

S.B. 1939 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Registered Pro- 
fessional Engineer 



WILSON, JAMES L., Associate Professor of English 

B.A. 1931 University of Oklahoma; M.A. 1939 Yale University; Ph.D. 
1947 University of North Carolina 



TINKHAM, HOWARD C, Professor in charge of Mechanical 
Engineering 

B.S. 1949 Worcester Polytechnic Institute; M.S. 1961 Northeastern 
University 

TOGNERI, EDWARD P., Associate Professor of Art in charge of Fine 
Arts 
B.F.A. 1951 Rhode Island School of Design 

TRIPP, FRANCIS, Professor in charge of Textile Chemistry 

B.S. 1930 North Carolina State College; M.S. 1938, Ch.E. 1939 
University of North Carolina; B.S. 1956 New Bedford Institute of 
Technology 

TRIPP, FRED R., Assistant Professor of Textile Chemistry 

B.S. 1930 North Carolina State College; B.S. 1959 New Bedford 

Institute of Technology 

TYKODI, RALPH J., Associate Professor of Chemistry 

B.S. 1949 Northwestern University; Ph.D. 1954 Pennsylvania State 
University 

UBOK-UDOM, ENAMIDEM, Assistant Instructor in Economics 
A.B.-Sc.B. 1965, M.A. 1967 Brown University 



VALENTE, ABEL A., Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering 

B.S. 1928 University of Vermont; M.S. 1962 University of Notre 
Dame 



VINCI, JOSEPH, Professor in charge of Modem Languages 

B.A. 1942 The City College of New York; M.A. 1949 Columbia; 
D.M.L. 1955 Middlebury College 



WINTER, FREDERICK, Professor of English 

A.B. 1930 Clark University; M.A. 1949 University of New Hampshire 

WOLOCK, FRED W, Associate Professor of Mathematics 

B.S. 1947 College of the Holy Cross; M.S. 1948 Catholic University 
of America; Ph.D. 1964 Virginia Polytechnic Institute 



WU, CHANG NING, Assistant Professor of Chemistry 

B.A. 1956 Hartwick College; M.S. 1962, Ph.D. 1964 State University 
of Iowa 



WU, YUNG-KUANG, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 

B.S. 1956 National Taiwan University; M.A. I960 Kansas State 
University; Ph.D. 1965 University of Michigan 



YOKEN, MELVIN B., Instructor in Modern Languages 

B.B.A. I960 University of Massachusetts; M.A.T. 1961 Brown Uni- 
versity; Ph.D. Four College Program of Smith, Amherst, Mt. Holyoke 
& University of Massachusetts 



LIBRARY STAFF 



BOOTH, JANE, Supervision of References, Services, & Shelves 
B.S. 1964 New Bedford Institute of Technology 



EATON, H., Govt. Documents, Librarian & Archivist 

S.B. 1925 Simmons College; 1927 Certificate in Library Science 



GALKOWSKI, E., Circulation & Public Service 

A.B. 1948 Holy Cross; M.L.S. 1966 University of Rhode Island 



WAGNER, CLAUDE W., Associate Professor of Chemistry 
B.S. 1946, M.S. 1949 University of Cincinnati 



JONES, FRANK, Chief Librarian 

A.B. 1930 Harvard; M.A. 1941 Harvard; B.S.L.S. 1941 Columbia 



WALDER, RICHARD, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering 
B.S. 1948 University of Rhode Island 



RILEY, CLAIRE, Librarian in charge of Acquisitions & Cataloguing. 
A.B. 1930 Smith College 



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New Faculty Members 

DR. DIMITRI ARGY— Professor 

PHILIP E. BARBER III— Instructor 

DAINIS BISENIEKS— Instructor 

DR. LYNETTE CORBIEL— Assistant Professor 

JOHN O. CRUMP— Assistant Professor 

DR. RONALD DI PIPPO— Associate Professor 

CATHERINE M. DOWNEY— Associate Professor (Miss) 

THOMAS E. DUBY— Instructor 

WILLOUGHBY R. ELLIOT— Instructor 

ANTONE FELIX— Instructor 

FRANCES D. FERGUSON— Assistant Professor 

SIGNE BURKE GOLDSTEIN— Assistant Professor (Mrs.) 

DR. ROBERT D. GORDON— Assistant Professor 

DR. HERMAN J. GREEN— Associate Professor 

SELMA A. GREEN— Instructor (Mrs.) 

BARRY R. HAIMSON— Instructor 

KEVIN J. HARGREAVES— Instructor 

DR. ALBERT SEYMOUR HILL— Associate Professor 

DR. ROBERT J. HOOPER— Associate Professor 

AGNAR INGOLFSSON— Assistant Professor 

PETER E. JONES— Instructor 

PIERRE ARMAND KLEYKAMP— Visiting Lecturer 

DONALD W. KRUEGER— Assistant Professor 

DR. GEORGE YAN-CHOK LEUNG— Assistant Professor 

DAVID R. MAGINNES— Instructor 

VOLKER MEJA— Instructor 

LOUISA C. MESSNER— Instructor (Miss) 

CAROLYN A. MILLS— Instructor (Miss) 

DR. SANFORD A. MOSS III— Assistant Professor 

BEVERLY A. PENCE— Instructor (Mrs.) 

MONTAGUE A. POMM— Instructor 

WILLIAM H. RIZZINI— Instructor 

HANS J. U. THOMMEN— Professor 

BEVERLY A. WOODWARD— Instructor (Miss) 

GENEVIEVE DARDEN— Instructor (Mrs.) 

DR. NATALIE KAUFMAN— Assistant Professor 

NOREEN MOORE— Instructor (Miss) 

RICHARD N. HEVENER, JR.— Instructor 

DR. DAVID SHONTING— Associate Professor 

WILLIAM DEWEL— Instructor 

DR. RUSSELL R. BESSETTE— Assistant Professor 

HANS VAN DEN BIGGELAAR— Assdciate Professor 



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John E. Foster 

Treasurer and Dean of College of Engineering 




James Murphy 
Business Manager 



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Samuel A. Stone 

Dean of College of Arts and Sciences 

Dean of Graduate Studies 




Theodore P. Mead 
Dean of College of Fine and Applied Arts 



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William J. Holland 

Dean of College of Business and Industry 




Roger J. Canuel 
Registrar 



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Board of Trustees 



• ROBERT W. NELSON, B.Sc, Ch.E., 
M.Sc, Ch. E., Chairman, Atteboro 

• PHILIP J. ASSIRAN, LL.B., 
Vice-Chairman, Taunton 

• JOSEPH DAWSON, ]R., M.S., D. Tex. 
Sc, Secretary, South Dartmouth 
Bedford 

• LIONEL B. LEDUC, Treasurer, New 
Bedford 

• VICTOR F. ADAMS, Ph.B., Osterville 

• BERNARD BAKER, South Dartmouth 

• ALBERT GOLDSTEIN, New Bedford 

• KARL P. GOODWIN, B.S., Fairhaven 




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• H. FRANK REILLY, Fall River 

• DOUGLAS J. RICHARDSON, Fall River 

• LUIZ V. SOUZA, South Dartmouth 

• HON. SHERWOOD J. TARLOW, LL.B., 
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• JOHN VERTENTE, JR., M.S., New 
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as a pleasant reminder. 



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Makes Auspicious Debut 



By EARL J. DIAS 
Standard-Times Music Critic 

The newly founded SMTI 
Symphony Orchestra, under the 
baton of Josef Cobert, made an 
auspicious debut last night, in 
Dartmouth High School Auditor- 
ium, with a stimulating pro- 
gram. 

For the historical occasion, 
Prof. Cobert chose to perform 
Mozart's "Overture to the Ab- 
duction from the Seraglio," 
Brahms' "Serenade in D Ma- 
jor," and Sir William Walton's 
1922 musical delight, "Facade," 
with Prof. Vernon L. Ingraham 
and Richard H. Reis, of SMTI's 
English department, reciting the 
Edith Sitwell poetry. 

The Mozart overture, which 
opened the program aims pri- 
marily at establishing the 
Turkish atmosphere of the op- 
era, an ever youthful and en- 
dearing work, which it intro- 
duces. Devotees of Mozart will 
recall that he had earlier donned 
this amusing Turkish fashion in 
the "Piano Concerto in A- Ma- 
jor." 

Prof. Cobert and his orches- 
tra, comprising former mem- 
bers of the New Bedford and 
Fall River Symphonies and oth- 
er competent instrumentalists 
from Southeastern Massachu- 
setts, played the work with 
style and exuberance after a 
somewhat shaky beginning by 
the strings — a shakiness that 
never again intruded in the re- 
mainder of the program. 
Verses Clever, Catchy 

"Facade," which is billed as 
an entertainment, is a spright- 
ly blend of musical horseplay 
and verbal satire, scored for a 
small chamber ensemble (flute, 
piccolo, clarinet and bass clar- 
inet, saxophone, trumpet, and 
percussion), with the Sitwell 
verses, clever and catchy, re- 
cited in strict meter to instru- 
mental acompaniment. 

Both Prof. Ingraham and Prof. 
Reis are scholarly exponents of 
modern poetry in the class- 
room \ consequently, each was 
at home in the verbal acrobatics 
of Dame Edith's prosody. Clad 
in silk hats, frock coats, and 
dress trousers, the two acade- 
micians resembled a couple of 
late-Victorian swells out of the 
pages of "The Importance of Be- 
ing Earnest." 

With admirable support from 
the ensemble, they brought out 
in their readings all sorts of 
queer, delightful rhythms, cross- 
rhythms, and unexpected and 
highly effective stabbing ac- 
cents. In the 14 poems they read 
(there are 21 in the original), 
they were equally efficacious 
whether speaking of "the tall 



Spanish 'jade," "the Capitaneo, 
braggard braggodocio," or "Sir 
Beelzbub" calling "for his syl- 
labub in the hotel in Hell." 

Aside from the spirited per- 
formance of the two readers, I 
was impressed by Walton's deft 
orchestration, particularly in the 
charming "Polka" and the re- 
markable "Jodelling Song." 
Affords Charm 

Brahms' "Serenade in D 
Major," which concluded the 
program, was the composer's 
second orchestral work — its 
predecessor being the "Piano 
Concerto No. 1" Even though 
its six movements seem a bit 
diffuse and lack much contrast 
in mood and tempo, the piece 
is not without its ruminative 
charm. 

Although it is a classically in- 
spired selection, it demands 
warmth in the phrasing of its 
melodies, and Prof. Cobert's 
reading had this warmth in 
abundance. In fact, this was the 
orchetra's best playing of the 
night, with clarity of texture 
and a commendable dynamic 
range. 

Dr. Joseph L. Driscoll, presi- 
dent of SMTI, welcomed the 
good-sized audience and ex- 
Dressed his delight that the col- 
lege's ever-expanding facilities 
now boast a svmDhonic en- 
semble. Judging by the caliber 
of last night's performance, 
his enthusiasm is justified. 



SMTI Symphony Debut 
Is Brilliant Event 



By MARION FLANIGAN 

A new constellation rose over 
Dartmouth plains Sunday night, 
as the SMTI Symphony, in its 
debut concert, offered elegant 
Mozart, transcendent Brahms, 
and, in a smaller ensemble, a 
polished and campy treatment 
of the Walton-Sitwel'l divertisse- 
ment, "Facade." 

Josef Cobert conducted. Vig- 
orous, demanding, and unremit- 
ting in his musicianship, he drew 
the 52 musicians together in a 
fine, clear, balanced ensemble. 
The string section, well stocked 
to begin with, worked conscious- 
ly toward the one-voice effect, 
and especially in the Brahms, 
responded to Cobert's eloquent 
left hand. 

The Brahms Serenade in D 
Major was quite exciting, be- 
cause it projected the wonderful 
dualism of that master. His 
inimitable free-fall quality re- 




sounded in the first movement 
and the rising melodic break- 
throughs of the waltz-like 
scherzo. On the other hand, his 
labyrinthine searches were 
rendered with true sensitivity. 
"Delicious Quandary" 
"How shall I get out of this 
delicious quandary?" the music 
seemed to say, and answered, 
so to speak, "Renounce all re- 
gret," or, as Rossetti's great 
line has it, "Love on, who cares? 
Who cares? Love on!" Cobert's 
reading is full of heart, and he 
succeeded in bringing forth a 
warm, dimensional performance. 
The Mozart Seraglio Overture 
was fine, too, with a vigorous, 
shimmering quality, crisp, uni- 
fied attacks, and high tension in 
the climaxes. 

By way of contrast, "Facade" 
is a commentary, not on es- 
sences, but on appearances. 
Dame Edith Sitwell collaborated 
with the young William Walton 
over 30 years ago in this so- 
phisticated lacing-out of post- 
Victorian society, with its po- 
lite vulgarities. It is said that 
people walked out on the first 
performance, but no one walked 
out last night. The avant-garde 
of the Twenties have become 
the quaint humanist beacons of 
the Sixties. 

"Chilly Quality" 
The score is brilliant, in its 
discursive way, the ensemble 
was splendid. The poems are 
also delightful, with an under- 
current of decay. "Ladies, time 
dies," warned Professor Rich- 
ard H. Reis, in an appropriately 
sepulchral tone, and later, in 
the nostalgic "Jodelling Song"; 
achieved a touching, chilly 
quality. 

Equally well-spoken were the 
poems read by Professor Ver- 
non L. Ingraham, whom Ham- 
let himself would congratulate 
for the precision of "Thetis 
wrote a treatise noting wheat 
is silver like the sea; the lovely 
cheat is sweet as foam," and 
so on. The difficult rhythms 
of the Tango Pasodoble and the 
Scotch Rhapsody were beautiful- 
ly observed. Both professors 
seemed to have a good time, 
and so did the audience. 

Special compliments on the at- 
tractive program which reprints 
"Facade" in full, a literary 
keepsake. 

SMTI president Joseph L. 
Driscoll welcomed the guests to 
an occasion that marked a 
musical renascence for SMTI 
and for the whole area. 



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Faqade 



Music 




William Walton 


Poetry 




Edith Sitwell 


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Dr. Vernon Ingraham 


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Kneeling — Linda Messier, Louise Lecomte, 
Jo Anne Mendes and Pat Fortin. 



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SM7J Music Serim 1967/1968 




Josef Cobert, Conductor 



VIOLINS 

Bernard Chebot 

Concert Master 

Georgette Chouinard 
Ann Danis 
Albert Dematos 
Hughes Desautels 
Loretta Desrocher 
Americo Fazendeiro 
James Fox 
Louis Frankel 
Marilyn Furtado 
Samuel Horowitz 
Peter Lajoie 
Lillian Levin 
Rose Nunes 
Felix J. Paul 
Morris Rubin 
Pearl Rubin 

VIOLAS 

*Endel Kallam 
Susan Furtado 
Alexander Kartstein 
Alfred Sanfilipo 
Deborah Borda 
Stephen Wilkes 



CELLOS 

Teresa Binette 
*Ann Gonsalves 
John Wall 
Mary Hardin 
Karen Mumma 
Judith Huchberg 

BASSES 

*Frank Gallagher 
Marian Hendrich 

FLUTES 

Peter Slater 
*Robert Stallman 

OBOES 

Kenneth Roth 
*Timothy Valentine 

CLARINETS 

Lionel Soares 
* Louis Wyatt 

BASSOONS 

*Cedric Coleman 
Susan Wadsworth 

FRENCH HORNS 

William Bamberg 
Rosemary Black 
*Cynthia Brown 
Robert Makow 



TRUMPETS 

Anthony Rego 
* Joseph Ribeiro 

TROMBONES 

Philip Danforth 
Edward Roderiques 

TUBA 

Clement Desjardin 

PERCUSSION 

Sheldon Ashton 
*Charles Catin 
Richard Pacheco 

LIBRARIAN AND 
ORCHESTRA MANAGER 

Sheldon Ashton 

^Principals 



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The Paul Rudolph 
Architectural Exhibit 








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Louise Lecomte - Finalist 



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Cindy Mendonca - Finalist 



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Muriel Mongeon - Finalist 



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Jane Taylor - Finalist 



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Bottom Row: Kathy Connor, Penny White, Joyce Avila (Pres.), Peggy Hines, Sue 

Gurganious. 
Middle Row: Maureen Isdepski, Joyce Perry, June Lade, Rosemary Braz, Rosemary 

Costa, Barbara Mom'z. 
Top Row: Julie Maty, Paulette Bazemore, Sandy Martin, Madeleine Poulin, Janice 

Mellen, Rita Openshaw, Kathy Dolan. 



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Front Row: Elizabeth Sullivan, Jane Hardy, Pres., Louise Wojcik, Norma Heywood, 

Susan Michaud, Elaine Courtemache. 
Middle Roiv: Sharon Poirier, Suzanne St George, Pauline Cormier, Tina Medeiros, 

Muriel Mungeon, Claire Samson and Carol Brabant. 
Back Row: Lorraine Charette, Sandra Cunliffe, Linda Abbott and Claudette Bourque. 



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Normand Theberge, Pres. 
Roger F. Belisle, V.P. 
Tony D. Antonio, Treas. 
John Racofsky, Sec. 

Peter Mello, Richard Silva, Richard Volta, Herbert Tracy, Joseph Pitera, Alfred Correia, 
Ray Gosselin, and Kenneth Sutcliffe. 



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secretary), Edmond Rego (vice pres.), Charles Faria (pres.), Roland Bedard (treas.), 
Adrien Rock, Bruce Cardero, Uriel Maranhas. 

Standing; left to right, Daniel Fornier, Bob Mendoza, John Drucker, Steve Desroaches, 
James Zabek, Hank Lamontagne, Wayne Thomas, Russel Jackson, Larry Magan, David 
Mello, Richard Lamontagne, Paul Fernandes, Bento Gomes, Mario Castro, Eric Greene, 
Richard Frigault. 

Absent from photo, Ollie Oliveira, Scott Kriger, Dick Menard, John Flanagan, Ronnie 
Fryzel, Ron Cruz. 



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Top: Walter Gebski, Dave Keatley, Bob Michaud, Bill Perreira, Jack Thomas. 
Middle: Mike Crane, Bruce Zitano, Dean Bryous. 
Bottom: Paul Modowski, John Burns, Walter Wilcox. 

Edward Petrilak, Pres., John Arruda, V.P., Robert Michaud, Bursar, William Perreira, 

Scribe and Robert Dunn, Pledgemaster. 



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J. Duncan Albert President 

Ernest Kobza Vice President 

Roger Esten Secretary 

Larry Garret Treasurer 



Sheldon Ashton 
Edward A. Bastarach 
Michael D. Champagne 
Robert R. Champagne 
William Deschenes 
Mark Harrington 
Robert Machado 
Robert Newsham, Jr. 
William Nickerson 
Joel Regula 
John Tavares 
Richard Wojtaszek 
Stephen Wojtkunski 
Rodney Santos 




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A MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN OF MEN 

Selecting a fraternity or sorority, like that of choosing a college 
or a career, is a decision of importance. For out of that decision will 
flow influences that may well have a profound effect upon your 
life here as a student, and even beyond your years of college. In 
making your decision, you must determine what value the fraternal 
experience will hold for you as an individual. 

Ideally, those values from which each individual derives his sense 
of value are still inherent in the aims and purposes of the fraternal 
system. Realistically, however, the promotion of such values as 
responsibility, ambition, high moral and spiritual standards, is by 
no means guaranteed any member of any fraternal organization — and 
only too often can critics cite evidence to the contrary. What then 
can you as an individual expect of a fraternity? You can expect 
opportunity, and nothing more. 

The opportunities for supplementary educational experience within 
a fraternal group are many. The development of greater self-reliance 
and leadership, the acquiring of social poise and confidence can be 
your gain, if you avail yourself of the opportunities provided. But 
with these opportunities comes the challenge of responsibility — 
to SMTI, the community, your fellow students — for the standards 
and actions of your group as well as for yourself. And neither 
your standards nor those of the organization will be any higher, 
or the actions any more beneficial, than those of the least responsible 
and least worthy member of the fraternity or sorority you select. 

James B. Conant, former President of Harvard University, once said 
that "the most important single factor in a modern liberal education 
is education which students receive from one another." This is the 
essence of fraternity, the intangible binding together of mind and 
spirit in a relationship of personal commitment to one another. And 
from it your greatest lessons in life can be learned. 

Do not take lightly the task that is before you. Be wise in your 
judgments, and base them on what has depth and substance, not on 
that which is superficial. And be prepared to expect no more from 
your fraternal experience than you are willing to give. 

Donald C. Howard 

Dean of Men 

Official Advisor to the Interfratemily Council 




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Senior Senators 




Richard Stone and Edward Gromada 



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SENIOR GOVERNMENT 




Robert Gilespie, Pres., Russell Jackson, V.P. 
Claire Samson, Sec. and Robert Michaud, Treas. 



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THE TALKER 



Currently in its twelfth year of publication, The Talker continues in its tradition of ex- 
perimentation. Misunderstood by student, faculty, administration and even, at times, its own 
staff during the decade and two since its inception as a weekly news sheet. The Talker has 
fluxed between being concerned mainly with humor, student opinions, topical comment and 
again finds itself in a transitional stage. This year has shown another building of the Talker 
organism. The weekly remains the basic life structure, however adding onto it are, freshman 
staff with editions of their own, and a quarterly production. 

Remaining paramount as the policy of the Talker is freedom of the press. No matter what 
direction the publication takes, whichever path it pursues, it is the freedom of the press which 
shall be its guiding principle. 

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NAIA District 32 Holiday Classic 

Basketball Tournament Champions at New Haven 

Pres. Driscoll, Richard Dupuis, Joseph Skypeck and Coach Wetterland, 
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Front Row: Capt. Joseph Skypeck and Coach Phil Wetterland. 

Rear Row (L to R): Manager— Bill Hurburt, Jerry McGinn is, Gerry Almeida, Egidio Mello, Jerry Moxley, Steve Lawless, 

Rick Dupuis, Dave Sypko, Russ Booth, Larry O'Brien, Rick Martin and Statistician, Jimmy Thomas. 

*Booth replaced by Varnet. 

The 1967-68 Basketball Season brings to mind the most exciting and gratifying season of our young uni- 
versity. The Corsairs were not registered in a conference this year and we were hoping an impressive season 
would merit a bid for the coming years. With this thought pressing in mind, Coach Wetterland, Assistant 
Coach Drewniak, and the boys on the squad set out to beat the top small college teams in New England and 
displayed fine competitive prowess in defeat. The team never had a let-down throughout the season, spirits 
were continually highly competitive, and for this, we will long remember their effort. 

Scott Kriger, 
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SOCCER SQUAD 

L. /<? R.: Michael Duarte, Antonio Franco, Paul Jordan, Manuel Goulart, Jamie Perreira, 
Frederick Ray, Randall Moss, Paul Oliveira, Rene St Martin, Richard Urban, David 
De Moura, Lou Rapoza, David Barclay, Uriel Maranhas. 

Kneeling: Capt. Ken Fonseca and Coach Arnold Oliver. 



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Top Row: Chris Johnson, Ross Upton, George Entwistle, Tom Booth and Rick Ray. 
Bottom Row: Bob Loring, Ed Hummel, Arthur Sansoucy, and Roger Lussier. 



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Top Row: Leo Paradis, Asst. Coach; Bob Girouard, Brian Cornell, Jim Thomas, 
Trainer; Bill Girourard, Jerry Moxley, John Duda, Jeff Casey, Mike Yourey, and 
John Reagan, Coach. 

Bottom Row: Paul Dutra, Wally Faria, Lou Rapoza, Dave Tavares, Jerry Kirk, Paul 
Bergeron, Dave Barclay, John Maltezos and Gerry Almeida. 



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COACH: Alan O'Neil 

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Peter Degen 
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Richard Brodeur 
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William Hart 
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Richard Banat 
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Front Row: Joyce Belanger, Linda Beardman, Dianne Sulyma, Louise LeComte and 
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Seniors 



PATRICIA ANN ABD ALLAH 
Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology 





ANDRES AGUIRREZABAL 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



ROBERT E. ALLISON 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 




148 




EDWARD WILLIAM ARMS 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



ROBERT ARRUDA 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





JOYCE SHIRLEY AVILA 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 



149 




HAROLD BANNISTER 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



JAMES D. BARBER 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





PAUL ALAN BARROW 

Bachelor of Science, Biology 



150 




ROLAND J. BEDARD 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



PAUL ALBERT BERGERON 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 





ROLAND A. BOILEAU 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 



15! 




ROGER A. BOUCHER 

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering 



ADRIEN J. BOURASSA 

Bachelor of Science, Biology 





LEONAUD GEORGE BOUTIN 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



152 




JOHN O. BRAGA 

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering 



JOSEPH O. BRAGA 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 







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RICHARD PAUL BRODEUR 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



153 




JOHN F. BURNS 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



JOHN W. BURROWS 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting 





LUCIO PAUL CABRAL 

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering 



154 




DAVID CAMARA 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 



JOHN F. CAMPANELLA 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 





ANNA LAURIAN CAVANAGH 

Bachelor of Science, Biology 



155 




CLAIRE CHABOT 

Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology 



CAROL ANN CHADINHA 

Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology 





TERRANCE CHAREST 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



156 




RICHARD J. CHARON 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



KENNETH W. COLLARD 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





ROBERT A. COOK 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



157 







MICHAEL THOMAS CRANE 

Bachelor of Science, Physics 



DAVID A. CRAVEIRO 

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering 





THOMAS B. CUNNIFF 

Bachelor of Science, Industrial Engineering 



58 




ERNEST STEPHEN CZERWINSKI 

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics 



CYNTHIA D. DAVIDSON 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Textile Design 





JOHN SHELDON DAVIS 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



'59 




ROBERT DE MELLO 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



DAVID ALLEN DE MOURA 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 





ROBERT R. DENNIS 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



60 




DONALD DEPAULT 

Bachelor of Science, Marketing 



RONALD H. DESTON 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





JOSEPH L. DIAS, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



161 




ROBERT J. DOLAN 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Textile Design 



WILLIAM DONLE, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





HAROLD ANTHONY DORE, JR. 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 




STEVE ALAN DRAKE 

Bachelor or Science, Mechanical Engineering 



JOHN DRUCKER 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





ROBERT T. DUGAN 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



163 




FRANCINE MARIE DUVAL 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Textile Design 



KENT WESTON ERICKSON 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 








BERNARD ALLEN ESTRELLA 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



164 




CHARLES LEWIS FARIA, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



TERRY ROBERT FARIAS 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





JAMES FERNANDES 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



165 




JOHN ROBERT FERNANDES 
Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering 



JUDITH E. FISH 

Bachelor of Science, Chemistry 





LEONARD F. FLORES 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



166 




LEO RICHARD FORCIER 

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering 



ANN ELLEN FRIAS 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





JOHN FURTADO 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



167 




PETER J. GALLIGAN 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



ROGER GAUDREAU 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





ARLEEN GILBERT 
Bachelor of Science, Accounting 



68 




JAMES GILL 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



ROBERT B. GILLESPIE 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





SUZANNE E. GODDU 

Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology 



169 




GERALD GOUVEIA 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



AIME B. GOYETTE 
Bachelor of Science, Biology 





LEONARD ANDREW GRAY 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



170 




LAWRENCE JOHN GREENWOOD 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



JOHN C. GREGSON 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





EDWARD MICHAEL GROMADA 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



171 




EUGENE F. GUCWA, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



SUSAN CAROL GURGANIOUS 
Bachelor of Science, Accounting 





SHIRLEY R. HANDLER 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



172 




ERNEST HANLEY 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



EDWARD J. HARTIGAN 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





SUZANNE RENEE HAUBNER 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 



173 




FRANK HEBERT 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



LEO J. HEBERT 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





LINWOOD J. HEGELE 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



74 




ROBERT C. HELGELAND 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



DIANE HENRY 

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics 





JAMES D. HICKEY 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



175 




ALLAN HIGBE 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



JOYCE L. HILTON 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting 








PHILO BURTON HODGE 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



176 




ANN HOWLAND 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 



ROBERT F. HOWLAND 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





CARL MAURICE HUBBARD 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



177 




EDWARD P. HUMMEL 

Bachelor of Science, Chemistry 



RUSSELL REID JACKSON 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





JOHN F. KENNEY 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



178 




PATRICIA M. KENNEY 

Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology 



MAURICE KING 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 





HELEN KOSS 

Bachelor of Science, Biology 



179 




ROBERT E. KOWALCZYK 

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics 



WILLIAM COLLIER KRAIHANZEL 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





SCOTT JAY KRIGER 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



180 




RICHARD W. LABRIE 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



MICHAEL A. LA CAVA 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





DENNIS A. LAMBALOT 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



181 




HENRY LAMONTAGNE 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



RICHARD R. LA MONTAGNE 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





ROBERT O. LAPRISE 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



182 




RONALD ROLAND LASSONDE 

Bachelor of Science, Chemistry 



DAVID P. LAVALLEE 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 





PAUL R. LAVIGNE 

Bachelor of Science, Biology 



183 




NORMAN F. LAVOIE 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



RONALD ROGER LEDOUX 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 





RICHARD DONALD LEGAULT 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



184 




JOHN ROBERT LITTLE 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



SHARON L. LUCAS 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 











DENIS G. LUSSIER 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



185 




ROBERT DENNIS MACHADO 

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics 



RICHARD L. MAGAN 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





BYRON PAUL MAGNIN 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



186 




KATHLEEN ANN MALONE 
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 



SAMUEL L. MARBLE 
Bachelor of Science, Biology 





ROBERT ALAN MARSH 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



187 




JULIE A. MATY 

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics 



JAMES M. Mc CARTHY 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 





JERRY BRUCE McGINNIS 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



188 




ROBERT MICHAUD 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 



DOROTHY MOREAU 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 





MARGARET ANASTASIA MULYK 

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics 



89 




ROBERT J. NEWSHAM, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



MICHAEL J. O'CONNOR 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





PAUL EDWARD OLIVEIRA 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



190 




RITA OPENSHAW 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 






RICHARD PACHECO 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting 





RAYMOND PATNAUDE 

Bachelor of Scienc^, Business Administration 



191 





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JOSEPH F. PAVAO JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



JANICE ELAINE PEDDER 

Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology 





DANIEL N. PERRY 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



192 




JOHN PERRY 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



THOMAS R. PERRY 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 





HENRY LEO PINEAU 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



193 




PAUL R. PLAMONDON 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



KENNETH REID PLANT 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 





AUDREY M. POITRAS 

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics 



194 




RICHARD R. PROUT 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



GERALD DAVID PUCCINI 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 





EDMUND S. RAPOZA, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



195 




LOUIS RAPOZO 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



THOMAS SHAW REIMELS 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 





JAMES W. ROARKE 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



196 




ADRIEN H. ROCK 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



JOHN MARIO RONDELLI 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 






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EDWARD F. ROSE, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



197 




CLAUDETTE— ANNE ROY 
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Textile Design 



MARIAN JANET RYALL 
Bachelor of Science, Chemistry 





JOHN T. SAADI 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



198 




MICHAEL C. SACHS 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



LAWRENCE A. ST. ONGE 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 





CLAIRE BLANCHE SAMSON 
Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



199 




RODNEY J. SANTOS 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



RONALD SAVICH 

Bachelor of Science, Chemistry 





FERDINAND A. SCRIVO 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



200 




LUIGI SERA 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



RICHARD WILLIAM SHEEHAN 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 





JOHN S. SHERMAN 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 






201 




STEVEN ROBERT SHORROCK 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



DANA R. SIMMONS 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting 





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ROBERT JAMES SNIGGER 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



202 




PAUL V. SOUZA 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



RUTH ANNE SOUZA 
Bachelor of Science, Chemistry 





HENRY L. SPINGLER 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting 



203 




RAYMOND J. SPIRLET 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



G. ROBERT STETSON, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





RICHARD DAVID STONE 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



204 




RAYMOND SYLVIA 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 



WAYNE RONALD THOMAS 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





ALLEN R. THOMPSON 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 



205 




RICHARD BALLON TOUSIGNANT 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



JEREMIAH ALOYISIOS TRACY, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering 





WAYNE RICHMOND TRIPP 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 



206 




WARREN E. VAUGHAN 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



ANTONE C. VIEIRA, JR. 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





MARCEL H. VIGEANT 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 




EDWARD JOHN WAJDA 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



JOHN J. WALSH 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 





RUDOLF WESTNER 

Bachelor of Science, Biology 



208 




WALTER P. WILCOX III 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



SANDRA WILLIAMS 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 





MARIE ELIZABETH WITENGIER 

Bachelor of Science, Mathematics 



209 




RICHARD WOJTASZEK 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



STEPHEN M. WOJTKUNSKI 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 





JOAN BERYL WOOD 

Bachelor of Science, Accounting 



210 




GORDON E. WOODBINE 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



ROBERT H. YUEN 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 






ROGER ZIEMANSKI 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



211 




ALMEIDA, GERALD 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



BOISVERT, THOMAS 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 





BURNS, JOHN M. 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



212 




DEMORANVILLE, DAVID 

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering 



GILBERT, WILLIAM 

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering 








GOLDSTEIN, SIGNE 



213 




LAHAR, THOMAS 

Associate, Business Administration 




LEGAULT, RICHARD 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 





OUIMET, ALBERT B. 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



214 




PAIVA, DENNIS 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



PETRILAK, EDWARD E. 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Painting 





RAMOS, TEOFILO 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 



215 




TANGUAY, RONALD 
Bachelor of Science, Textile Finishing 




WHITMORE, PAULETTE 

Bachelor of Science, Medical Technology 





WINSLOW, STEPHEN 

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration 



216 




BERMAN, EDWARD 

Bachelor of Science, Textile Technology 



CABRAL, FRANCISCO 

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Visual Design 





DESTON, ROBERT 

Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering 



217 



Index 



ABDALLAH, PATRICIA ANN (Pat) 

Medical Technology 
322 Harrison St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Biology Club 



AGUIAR, ELAINE PATRICIA 

Medical Technology 



38 Hall St. 
Brockton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Management Club 3, 4 



ARRUDA, MICHAEL 

Business Administration 
185 Raymond St. 
Fall River, Mass. 



AGUIAR, WILLIAM 

Business Administration 



AGUIRREZABAL, ANDRES F. 
Textile Technology 
146 Hathaway Road 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 
Soccer Team 

(All New Eng. 1) 
Intra. Basketball 



ALEXANDER, GEORGE J. 
Business Administration 
115 Maple St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



ALLISON, ROBERT E. (Bob) 
Business Administration 
98 Winterville Road 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Management Club 
Senior Prom Com. 

(Chairman) 
Senior Banquet Com. 

(Consultant) 
Delta Kappa Phi 
(Capt.-at-Arms) 



ALMEIDA, GERALD C. (Jerry) 
Business Administration 
268 Wm. Souza Road 
Tiverton, R. I. 
Activities: 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Delta Kappa Phi 
Management Club 
Senior Prom Com. 



ANDERSEN, MARTIN DONALD 

Marketing 
59 Hedge St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 



ARMS, EDWARD WILLIAM (Ed) 
Business Administration 



ARRUDA, ROBERT (Bob) 

Business Administration 

396 Tower St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Intramural Basketball 
Epsilon Phi Pi 
Management Club 
Varsity Soccer 



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AVILA, JOYCE SHIRLEY 

Accounting 

681 Dartmouth St. 

So. Dartmouth, Mass. 

Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 2, 3, 4 

(Pledge Leader 3, Pres. 4) 

Dram. Club Usherette 

Senior Banquet Com. 

Yearbook Bus. Staff 

IFC Delegate 



BANNISTER, HAROLD R. 
Textile Technology 
199 No. Main St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 



BARBER, JAMES D. (Jim) 

Business Administration 

67 Orleans St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 
Management Club 
Amer. Mgt. Assoc. 



BARKER, WAYNE 
Textile Finishing 
216 Portland St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



BARROW, PAUL ALAN 
Biology 
123 Main St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 



218 



BARTON, KENNETH (Ken) 
Business Administration 
120 Swindells St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Management Club 



BEALS, RONALD JAMES (Beals) 
Electrical Engineering 
441 Slocum Road 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

IEEE 

Delta Kappa Phi 



BEAULIEU, ROBERT JOSEPH 

Textile Finishing 
252 Coffin Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Activities: 

C.E. Club 3, 4 



BOURASSA, ADRIEN J. (Andy) 
Biology 

121 Grinnell St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 
Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Pres. 2) 



BOUTIN, LEONARD G. (Lenny) 
Textile Technology 
Tobey Road 
Wareham, Mass. 
Activities: 

M.E. Club 2 

AATT 3, 4 

Dean's List 3 



BEDARD, ROLAND J. 

Electrical Engineering 
68 Lafayette St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 1-4 
(Treas. 4) 

IEEE 2, 3, 4 



BERGERON, PAUL ALBERT 

Mechanical Engineering 

273 Shaw St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 
Mech. Eng. Club 2, 3, 4 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4 



BERMAN, EDWARD ALAN 
Texile Technology 
44 South St. 
Rockville, Conn. 



BOILEAU, ROLAND ALBERT 
Accounting 
40 Forest St. 
Middleboro, Mass. 



BOISVERT, THOMAS D. (Thorn) 
Textile Technology 
146 Hathaway Road 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Baseball 1, 2 

Delta Kappa Phi 

AATT 



BOUCHER, ROGER A. 
Civil Engineering 
15 Beverly St. 
Fall River, Mass. 



(Rog) 



BRADSHAW, RAYMOND D. (Roy) 

Textile Finishing 
764 Coggeshall St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Pres. Fresh. Class 
(N.B.I.T.) 

Pres. Soph. Class 
(S.M.T.I.— N.B.) 

Delta Kappa Phi 

AATT 

Student Council 



BRAGA, JOHN O. (John) 

Civil Engineering 

18 Bedford St. 

E. Bridgewater, Mass. 

Activities: 

C. E. Club 
Soils Lab Assist. 



BRAGA, JOSEPH O. (Joe) 
Visual Design 
878 Plymouth Ave. 
Middleboro, Mass. 



BRIODY, JOHN F. JR. (Jack) 

Business Administration 

2 Bradford Place 

Taunton, Mass. 

Activities: 

Baseball 1 
Track 1 

Management Club 
Epsilon Phi Pi 
Intramural Basketball 



BRODEUR, RICHARD P. (Rich) 
Textile, Technology 
155 Horton St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

IFC Treas. 3, 4 



219 



AATT Vice-Pres. 3 
Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4 

(Co-Capt.) 
Phi Psi Beta 

(Pledge Master 4) 
Torch 1 

Varsity Club 2, 3 
AATT 1, 2, 3, 4 
AATTCC 2, 3 



BURBANK, ROBERT GIDLEY 
Electrical Engineering 



BURNS, JOHN F. (J.B.) 
Business Administration 
185 Read St. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Vice-Pres. Soph Class 
Talker 1 

Spring Weekend Com. 2 
Student Council 2 
Intra. Basketball 1-4 
Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Vice-Pres. 2, Pledge 
Master 4, Exec. Com. 
2, 3, 4) 
IFC 2, 3, 4 



BURNS, JOHN M. 

Business Administration 
3137 Main Road 
Tiverton, R. I. 



BURROWS, JOHN W. 

Painting 

473 Middle St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Yearbook 4 



BUSSEY, JAMES D. 
Textile Technology 
153 Sunset Hill 
Fall River, Mass. 



BUTTERMORE, BRUCE JAMES 

Business Administration 



CABRAL, FRANCISCO J. 

Visual Design 
120 Bradford Ave. 
Fall River, Mass. 



CAMARA, DAVID 
Visual Design 
834 Eastern Ave. 
Fall River, Mass. 



CAMPANELLA, JOHN F. (Campy) 
Mechanical Engineering 
10 Fourth St. ' 
Medford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Academic Ethics Com. 

Delta Kappa Phi 

M.E. Club 

Intramural Basketball 



CAVANAGH, ANNA LAURIAN 
Biology 
152 John St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 

Biology Club 



CHABOT, CLAIRE 

Medical Technology 
1113 County St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 

(Treas. 2, Rec. Sec. 3) 
Biology Club 
(Rec. Sec. 2, 3) 



CHADINHA, CAROL ANN 
Medical Technology 
390 Lawton St. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 
Biology Club 1, 2, 3 



CHAMPAGNE, ROBERT R. (Bob) 
Textile Finishing 
123 Bedford St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Pres. Nu Beta Tau 

IFC Delegate 

Frat. Commission Mem. 



CHAREST, TERRANCE (Terry) 

Business Administration 

52 Winthrop St. 

Seekonk, Mass. 

Activities: 

Management Club 
Intramural Basketball 



CABRAL, LUCIO PAUL (Lou) 

Civil Engineering 
26 Second St. 
Bristol, R. I. 
Activities: 

Bowling League 



CHARON, RICHARD J. 
Mechanical Engineering 
930 Sharon St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Pres. Sports Car Club 



220 



M.E. Club 
Phi Psi 



CHU, SHEGAN 

Textile Technology 



CUNNIFF, THOMAS B. 
Industrial Engineering 
510 Berkley St. 
Berkley, Mass. 
Activities: 

M.E. Club 3, 4 



COLLARD, KENNETH W. (Ken) 

Business Administration 
266 Nash Road 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 2, 3, 4 
(Treas. 4) 

Newman Club 1, 2 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 

IFC 



CONSIDINE, THOMAS P. (Conny) 
Textile Finishing 
1266 No. Main St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

AATT 

AATCC 

Phi Psi 



COOK, ROBERT A. (Bob) 
Mechanical Engineering 
33 School St. 
Somerest, Mass. 
Activities: 

M.E. Club 3, 4 



CORREIRA, JOHN 
Biology 
53 Ocean St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Intramural Basketball 



CRANE, MICHAEL THOMAS 
Physics 

200 Bowen St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Newman Club 1 
Mathematics Club 2, 3 
Physics Club 3, 4 

(Pres. 3) 
Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3, 4 

(Social Head 4, Exec. Com. 3, 4) 
IFC Representative 4 



CRAVEIRO, DAVID A 
Civil Engineering 
18 Ryan Ave. 
Bristol, R. I. 
Activities: 

C. E. Club Pres. 3 
Bowling League 2 



CROOK, GARY W. 

Mathematics 



(Dave) 



CZERWINSKI, ERNEST S. (Ernie) 

Mathematics 
199 Bowen St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Math Club 2, 3, 4 



DAVIDSON, CYNTHIA D. 

Textile Design 



DAVIS, JOHN SHELDON 

Electrical Engineering 

77 Eisenhower Road 

Swansea, Mass. 

Activities 

IEEE Pres. 4 

Var. Basketball 1 , 2 

Epsilon Phi Pi 



DE MELLO, ALAN W. 
Accounting 
1280 Acushnet Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 



DE MELLO, ROBERT C. 

Business Administration 



DE MORANVILLE, DAVID E. 

Mechanical Engineering 

382 North St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

M. E. Club 
Intra. Basketball 



DE MOURA, DAVID A. (Sleepy) 
Mechanical Engineering 
40 Lothrop St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 2, 3, 4 

(Senior Warden 4) 

M. E. Club 4 

Varsity Soccer 2, 3 , 4 

Vars. Baseball 1 



DENNIS, ROBERT R. (Bob) 
Electrical Engineering 
129 Constitution Ave. 
Bristol, R. I. 
Activities: 
IEEE 



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DEPAULT, DONALD (Red) 

Marketing 

1015 Sheffield St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Marketing Club 
Management Club 



DESTON, RONALD H. (Ronnie) 
Electrical Engineering 
46 Lawrence St. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 

IEEE 2, 3, 4 

Treas'. Freshman Class 

Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4 



DIAS, JOSEPH L. (Joe) 
Electrical Engineering 
55 Johnson St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Engineering Society 1 
Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 
IEEE 2, 3, 4 
(Sec. 4) 



DIGGLE, GEORGE R. 

Textile Design 
706 County St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



Activities: 
M. E. 
Intra. 



Club 3, 4 
Basketball 2, 



3,4 



DRUCKER, JOHN (Begel) 

Business Administration 

69 Juliett St. 

No. Dartmouth, Mass. 

Activities: 

Varsity Soccer 1, 2 

JV Basketball 

Circle K 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 
(Treas.) 

Management Club 



DUGAN, ROBERT T. 
Textile Technology 
708 No. Main St. 
Fall River, Mass. 



DUVALL, FRANCINE MARIE 

Textile Design 

230 Coffin Ave. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Newman Club 1 
Cheerleader 1, 2 
Kappa Sigma Phi 2, 3 
Soph. Class Sec. 
Miss SMTI 2 
Tech Talk 1 
IFC 2 
Student Council 2 



DOLAN, ROBERT J. (Bob) 
Textile Design 
229 Third St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 
Phi Psi 



DONLE, WILLIAM L. (Bill) 
Electrical Engineering 
1374 Pine St. 
Dighton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Pres. Freshman Class 

IEEE 

Intra. Basketball 



DORE, HAROLD A. (T, D.) 

Visual Design 

101 Wollaston St. 

Cranston, R. I. 

Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 
Intra. Basketball 3, 4 
Talker 1, 2, 3 



DRAKE STEVE ALAN 

Mechanical Engineering 
61 Hacker St. 

Fairhaven, Mass. 



ERICKSON, KENT W. 
Accounting 
2 Lori Lane 
Lakeville, Mass. 



(Kent) 



ESTRELLA, BERNARD A. (Bernie) 
Business Administration 
345 Freelove St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 2, 3, 4 

Fencing Team 1 

Pep Band 



FABIO, SHARON JANE 
Fashion Illustration 
115 Cedar St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



FARIA, CHARLES L. (Chucky) 

Mechanical Engineering 
117 Spring St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 
(Corresponding Sec. 3, 
Pres. 4) 

M. E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

IFC 3, 4 

Frat. Study Com. 4 



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FARIAS, TERRY ROBERT 

Business Administration 
96 Capitol St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Vice Pres. Fresh, and 

Soph. Class 

Circle K 

Management Club 

Delta Kappa Phi 



Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 



FURTADO, JOHN E. 

Textile Technology 

7 Lang St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 



FARRINGTON, JOHN WILLIAM 
M. S. Chem. 



FERNANDES, JAMES 
Textile Technology 
565 Summer St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



GAGNON, JOHN BRIAN 

Painting 

735 Hanover St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Art Editor- Yearbook 
Yearbook Editor 4 
Belmont Club 3, 4 



FERNANDES, JOHN ROBERT 

Civil Engineering 
20 Main St. 
Lakeville, Mass. 
Activities: 

C. E. Club 



FISH, JUDITH E. (Judy) 
Chemistry 
1484 Morton Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 2, 3 

(Sec. 3) 
IFC 3 
Amer. Chem Society 

(Sec.4) 
Dean's List 3, 4 



FISH, RICHARD ALLEN (Dick) 
Textile Finishing 
512 Hixville Road 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 
AATCC 



FLORES, LEONARD F 

Textile Technology 

73 Brown St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Phi Psi 3, 4 
AATT 1, 2 



(Len) 



3,4 



FORCIER, LEO RICHARD (Leo^ 

Civil Engineering 
496 Thomas St. 
Middleboro, Mass. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club 1 



GAGNON, RONALD E. 

Business Administration 



GALLAGNER, MARK R. 
Biology 
541 Reed St. 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 



GALLIGAN, PETER J. 

Business Administration 

83 Robeson St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Managemant Club 
Delta Kappa Phi 



GATENBY, CRAWFORD L. 

Textile Chemistry 
716 Coggeshall St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



GAUDREAU, ROGER 

Business Administration 
160 Oliver St. 
Fall River, Mass. 



GILBERT, ARLEEN 

Accounting 

219 Hawthorn St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 
Senior Banquet Com. 
Dean's List 



GILBERT, WILLIAM DAVID 
Civil Engineering 
18 West Weir St. 
Taunton, Mass. 



FRIAS, ANN ELLEN 

Business Administration 
134 Lindsey St. 



GILL, JAMES BERNARD 
Mechanical Engineering 



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252 Eugenia St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



GILLESPIE, ROBERT (Bob) 
Business Administration 
89 Ruth St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Pres. Senior Class 

Vice-Pres. Newman Club 3 

Circle K 

Phi Psi 

Management Club 



GODDU, SUZANNE F. (Sue) 

Medical Technology 

929 Rodman St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 
Chorus 1, 2, 3 
Biology Club 1, 2, 3 



GOUVEIA, GERALD (Jerry) 

Mechanical Engineering 

405 Bartlett St. 

New .Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

M. E. Club 
Sports Car Club 
Intra. Basketball 



GOYETTE, AIME B. 

Mechanical Engineering 
1099 Stafford Road 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

M. E. Club 



GRAY, LEONARD A. (Andy) 
Biology 

2534 Riverside Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Intra. Basketball 



Activities: 

Treas. Junior Class 

Junior Prom Com. 

Phi Psi 

Bus. Admin. Student 

Senate-Dis. Rep. 

AMA 

Varsity Baseball 1, 2, 4 

Intra. Basketball 

Bowling League 1, 2 



GREGSON, JOHN CHARLES 
Electrical Engineering 
Main St. 

East Brewster, Mass. 
Activities: 
IEEE 



GROMADA, EDWARD M. (Ed) 
Business Administration 
1144 South Main St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Dean's List 
Student Senate 4 

(Treas., Finance Com., 
Constitution Com., Elec. Com.) 
Pres. Junior Class 
Class Exec. Counc. 3, 4 
Junior Prom Com. Chmn. 
Management Club 3, 4 

(Pres. 4) 
AMA 3, 4 
Spanish Club 3, 4 
(Vice Pres. 3) 
Marketing Club 3, 4 
Name Change Com. 4 
Caf. Concession Com. 4 



GUCWA, EUGENE F. (Gene) 
Mechanical Engineering 
458 Bay St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

Newman Club 2, 3 
M. E. Club 2, 3, 4 

(Sec. 3, 4) 
Dean's List 3, 4 



GREEN, RICHARD W. 

Business Administration 
Tupola Road 
Mattapoisett, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 2, 3, 4 

(Float Com. 2, Sec. 3) 

IFC 3 

Student Act. Com. 3 

French Club 3 

Marketing Club 3, 4 



GREENWOOD, LAWRENCE (Larry) 
Business Administration 
3C Pleasant View 
Fall River, Mass. 



GURGANIOUS, SUSAN C. (Sue) 
Accounting 
679 Reed Road 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 

(Treas. 3, 4) 
Dean's List 1, 2, 4 



HALL, CLIFFORD E. 
Textile Technology 
Riverside Drive 
Onset, Mass. 



HANDLER, SHIRLEY R. 
Business Administration 



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62 Plymouth St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



HANLEY, ERNEST (Ernie) 
Business Administration 
130 Tremont St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 

Freshman Vice Pres. 

Soph. Rep. Student Coun. 



HARRIS NANCY CAROL 
Textile Design 
70 Sycamore St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



HARTIGAN, EDWARD J. (Eddie) 
Business Administration 
109 Laurel St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Marketing Club 

Intra. Basketball 



HAUBNER, SUZANNE RENEE (Sue) 
Visual Design 
224 Maple St. 
Framingham, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4 
(Secretary 4, Pledge- 
Master 4) 
Soph. Class Rep. for Miss SMTI 
Soph. Class Rep. For 
Winter Car. Queen 
Junior Prom Com. 
Yearbook Staff 



HEBERT, FRANK B. 

Business Administration 

29 Crane St. 

Westport, Mass. 

Activities: 

Phi Psi 1, 2, 3, 4 
Student Senate 3, 4 



HEBERT, LEO J. 

Electrical Engineering 

51 Bonney St. 

New Bedford, Mass 

Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 
IEEE 2, 3, 4 



3,4 



HEGELE, LINWOOD J. (Lin) 
Mechanical Engineering 
313 Orchard St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4 



HELGELAND, ROBERT C. (Bob) 
Electrical Engineering 



71 Bellevue St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 
IEEE 



HELGER, GEORGE E. Ill 

Electrical Engineering 
706 East Road 
Tiverton, R. I. 



HENRY, DIANE E. 
Mathematics 
160 Souza Road 
Tiverton, R. I. 



HICKEY, JAMES D. (Jim) 
Business Administration 
920 Westland St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Marketing Club 3, 4 



HIGBE, ALLAN DEAN 
Electrical Engineering 
127 Bridge St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



HILTON, JOYCE LOUISE 
Painting 

1727 Fall River Ave. 
Seekonk, Mass. 



HODGE, PHILO B. (Buddy) 
Mechanical Engineering 
South St. 
Roxbury, Conn. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club 



HOWLAND, ANN 
Visual Design 



HOWLAND, ROBERT F. (Bob) 

Electrical Engineering 
52 Ashley St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

IEEE-Vincent 

Bendix Award 

Revere Copper & 
Brass Scholarship 

Ivy Circle League 
Scholarship 1-4 



HUBBARD, CARL M. (Hub) 
Mechanical Engineering 
Neck Road 
Mattapoisett, Mass. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
Newman Club 2, 3, 4 



225 



HUMMEL, EDWARD P. (Eddie) 
Chemistry 
12 Spooner St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chorus Pres. 3, 4 

Track 1, 2, 3, 4 

Cross Country 4 

Drama Club 4 

Torch 4 

German Club 4 



IDE, MARY LOUISE 

Medical Technology 



ISHERWOOD, JOHN F. 
Civil Engineering 
184 Highland Road 
Tiverton, R. I. 



JACKSON, MICHAEL 

Textile Technology 



JACKSON, RUSSELL R. (Russ) 
Business Administration 
81 Bridge St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Vice Pres. Senior Class 
Management Club 3, 4 
Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 
(Chap. Editor, Assist. 
Treasurer) 
Junior Prom Com. 
Circle K 2, 3, 4 



JOHNSON, STEPHEN CHARLES 

Mechanical Engineering 
Tremont St. 
Rehoboth, Mass. 



KALLIO, ROBERT VICTOR 

Electrical Engineering 
656 Center St. 
Pembroke, Mass. 



KENNEY, JOHN F. 

Electrical Engineering 
4, General Sherman St. 
Taunton, Mass. 
Activities: 

IEEE 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

Engineering Society 

Baseball 1 



KENNEY, PATRICIA M. (Pat) 
Medical Technology 
827 Globe St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 4 



Chi Delta Phi 1, 2, 3, 4 
Chorus 2, 3 



KESHURA, MICHAEL 

Electrical Engineering 
83 Lepes Road 
No. Tiverton, R. I. 



KING, D. J. 
Biology 



KING, MAURICE B. 

Mechanical Engineering 
101 Perkins Ave. 
Somerset, Mass. 



KING, RICHARD CLAUDE 

Mechanical Engineering 



\ 



KOSS, HELEN 

Biology 

27 County Road 

East Freetown, Mass. 

Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 



KOWALCZYK, ROBERT E. 

Mathematics 
23 Bannister St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Math Club 2, 3, 4 
(Pres. 3, 4) 



KRAIHANZEL, WILLIAM C. (Bill) 
Electrical Engineering 
55 Chestnut St. 
So. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 
IEEE 2, 3, 4 



KRIGER, SCOTT JAY (Scotty) 

Business Administration 

111 Coventry Circle 

Brockton, Mass. 

Activities: 

Pres. Soph. Class 
Management Club 
Varsity Baseball and 

Basketball 
Delta Kappa Phi 
(Sgt. at Arms) 
Yearbook Sports Ed. 4 
Junior Prom Com. 



LABRIE, RICHARD W. (Dick) 

Business Administration 
9 Harvey St. 
Taunton, Mass. 



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Activities: 
Phi Psi 



LA CAVA, MICHAEL A. (Mike) 
Business Administration 
25 No. Eastern Ave. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 
Phi Psi 
Management Club 



LAMBALOT, DENNIS A. (Den) 
Electrical Engineering 
148 Tallman St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 
IEEE 



LAMONTAGNE, HENRY 

Electrical Engineering 
236 Hersom St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 

IEEE 2, 3, 4 



LA MONTAGNE, RICHARD R. 
Electrical Engineering 
15 Jocelyn St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3 

(Asst. Treas. 4) 
IFC 3 

(Vice Pres. 4) 
IEEE 2, 3 
(Treas. 4) 



LAPRISE, ROBERT O. (Super) 

Textile Technology 

159 Globe St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Phi Psi 2, 3, 4 
AATT 1, 2, 3, 4 



LAQUERRE, RICHARD JOHN 

Mechanical Engineering 
101 Maryland St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



LASSONDE, RONALD ROLAND 

Chemistry 

70 Euclid Ave. 

Somerset, Mass. 

Activities: 

Chemistry Club 
American Chemical Soc. 
Geology Club 



88 Nelson St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

ACS Vice Chairman 
AATCC Chairman 
Varsity Track 
Dean's List 3, 4 



LAVALLEE, DAVID P. (Dave) 

Visual Design 
19 Alan St. 
Tiverton, R. I. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 

Fencing 1, 2, 3 



LAVIGNE, PAUL ROLAND 
Biology 
207 Oliver St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 
(Treas. 2, Pres. 3) 
Epsilon Phi Pi 1-4 



LAVOIE, NORMAN F. 
Textile Technology 
1192 So. Main St. 
Fall River, Mass. 



LEBLANC, RONALD CONRAD 

Electrical Engineering 
402 Sawyer St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



LE BOEUF, ROGER N. 

Business Administration 



LEDOUX, RONALD R. (Ron) 
Mechanical Engineering 
343 Chatterton Ave. 
Somerset. Mass. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club 



LEGAULT, RICHARD D. (Dick) 

Business Administration 

26 Laura St. 

Tiverton, R. I. 

Activities: 

Management Club 4 
Epsilon Phi Pi 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4 



LEMBERG, ARTHUR E. 

Mechanical Engineering 



LAUBE, STEPHEN G. (Steve) 
Textile Chemistry 



LEONARD, KENNETH PAUL 
Marketing 



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LESHYK, WAYNE J. 
Textile Technology 
18 John St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 



LITTLE, JOHN ROBERT (Bob) 
Mechanical Engineering 
95 Charlotte St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3 
M. E. Club 2, 3, 4 

(Treasurer 3) 
Intra. Basketball 4 



LOMBARD, JOHN JOSEPH JR. 

Business Administration 
249 Marion Road 
Wareham, Mass. 



LOMBARDO, PATRICIA A. (Pat) 
Visual Design 
18 Orchard Ave. 
Warren, R. I. 



LONGWORTH, EDWARD JR. 

Mechanical Engineering 



LOWENTHAL, ELAYNE G. 
Painting 
728 Langley St. 
Fall River, Mass. 



LUCAS, SHARON L. 
Visual Design 
270 Wood St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Kappa Sigma Phi 



LUSSIER, DENIS G. (Den) 
Mechanical Engineering 
515 Birch St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club 2, 3 
(Treasurer 4) 

Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3 

ASTM 2, 3 

Intramurals 4 



MACHADO, ROBERT D. (Peaches) 

Mathematics 
32 Harrison St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Mu Beta Tau 

IFC Delegate 

Math Club 

Chorus 



MAGAN, RICHARD L. (Rick) 

Electrical Engineering 



16 Meadow St. 

So. Dartmouth, Mass. 

Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

IEEE 



MAGNIN, BYRON PAUL (Butch) 
Electrical Engineering 
254 Potomska Road 
So. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 
IEEE 



MALONE, KATHLEEN A. (Kathy) 

Visual Design 

182 Mason Ave. 

Somerset, Mass. 

Activities: 

Technology Staff 1 
Kappa Sigma Phi 1 , 2 
Yearbook 4 



MARBLE, SAMUEL L. 

Biology 

31 Avon Ave. 

Somerset, Mass. 

Activities: 
Soccer 1 
Varsity Club 1 
Biology Club 2, 3, 4 



Epsilon Phi Pi 3, 4 



MARCHANT, RUSSELL K. 
Textile Technology 



MARSH, ROBERT A. (Bob) 
Electrical Engineering 
57 Prairie Ave. 
Swansea, Mass. 
Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1-4 
(Exec. Com. 1) 

Varsity Baseball 1 

Intra. Basketball 

IEEE 



MATY, JULIE A. 

Mathematics 

165 State Road 

No. Dartmouth, Mass. 

Activities: 

Newman Club 1 
Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 

(Bus. Manager 3, 4) 
Math. Club 2, 3 

(Sec. 2, Vice Pres. 3) 
Chi Delta Phi 2, 3, 4 

(Asst. Treas. 3) 
Torch 2, 3, 4 

(Feature Ed. 3, 4) 
Drama Club 3, 4 
Jr. Class Vice Pres. 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4 
Lea Custodio Award 



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MC CALLUM, MARGARET 

Medical Technology 



MC CARTHY, JAMES M. (Jim) 
Mechanical Engineering 
21 Fielding St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club Pres. 

Phi Psi 

Sports Car Club 



MC DERMOTT, CARLA A. 

Business Administration 
28 Green St. 
Westport, Mass. 



MC GILL, HAROLD W. (Harry) 
Textile Technology 
324 Barnaby St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Soccer 1, 2, 3 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

AATT 1, 2 

Varsity Club 1, 2 



MC GINNIS, JERRY BRUCE 
Textile Technology 
1280 Acushnet Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 

Basketball 3, 4 

Student Senate 1, 2 

AATT 2, 3, 4, 



MC KENNA, PAUL JAMES 
Visual Design 



MC LAUGHLIN, TERRY W. 
Civil Engineering 
79 Reservoir Ave. 
Middletown, R. I. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club 1 



MEDEIROS, ROBERT W. 
Textile Technology 
905 Rockdale Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



MELENDES, ROBERT A. (Bob) 
Physics 
96 Willis St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Physics Club 



MELLO, JAMES E. (Jimmy) 
Textile Technology 



4192 Acushnet Ave. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 
(Asst. Treas. 3, 
Pledgemaster 4) 
AATT-Sec. 3 
Circle K Sec. 3 

Lt. Gov. 4 
Student Council 3 



MICHAUD, ROBERT W. (Bob) 

Accounting 
35 Carpenter St. 
Tiverton, R. I. 
Activities: 

Dean's List 1, 2 

Epsilon Phi Pi 

Student Senate 

Treas. Senior Class 



MOREAU, DOROTHY A. 

Visual Design 
42 Capitol St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



MOYNIHAN, MICHAEL J. (Mike) 

Civil Engineering 
Berkley, St. 
Berkley, Mass. 
Activities: 

Dean's List 2, 3, 4 

C. E. Club 3, 4 



MULYK, MARGARET A. (Peggy) 
Mathematics 
234 Rodman St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

German Club 1, 2 

Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 

Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4 

Torch 3 



NEWSHAM, ROBERT J. JR. (Bob) 

Textile Technology 
415 Main St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

AATT 

Nu Beta Tau 



O'CONNOR, MICHAEL J. (Mike) 

Electrical Engineering 
15 Elliott St. 
Worcester, Mass. 
Activities: 
IEEE 



OLIVEIRA, PAUL E. (Ben) 
Textile Technology 
340 Teresa St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 



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Activities: 

Varsity Soccer 1, 3, 4 
Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4 
Intra. Basketball 



OPENSHAW, RITA 

Accounting 

496 Bolton St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 
Newman Club 
Yearbook 



OUIMET, ALBERT B. (Al) 
Textile Technology 
111 East Winsor St. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 
Activities: 

Newman Club 

Torch 

Delta Kappa Phi 

AATT 



PACHECO, RICHARD 

Painting 

157 Cornell St. 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

SMTI Symphony 



23 Juniper St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club. 

ASTM 

Dean's List 3 



PERRY, JOHN E. 

Business Administration 
1163 Amer. Legion Hwy. 
Westport, Mass. 



PERRY, THOMAS R. (Tom) 
Accounting 
10 Choate St. 
Fall River, Mass. 



PETRILAK, EDWARD ENGLAND 
Painting 

103 Godfrey Lane 
Huntington, N. Y. 
Activities: 

Varsity Club 1 
Soccer 1 
Track 1 
Fencing 1, 2 
Talker 2, 3, 4 

(Editor 3, 4) 
Epsilon Phi Pi 2, 3, 4 
(Chancellor 4) 



PAIVA, DENNIS M. 

Business Administration 

62 Quarry St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 
Management Club 4 
Junior Prom Com. 
Dean's List 1, 2, 3, 4 



PATNAUDE, RAYMOND 
Business Administration 



PAVAO, JOSEPH F. JR. (Joe) 

Electrical Engineering 

697 Hart St. 

Dighton, Mass. 

Activities: 
IEEE 

Epsilon Phi Pi 
Intra. Basketball 



PEDDER, JANICE E. (Jan) 

Medical Technology 

34 Hutton St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Chi Delta Phi 
Biology 1, 2, 3 



PERRY, DANIEL N. (Dan) 

Mechanical Engineering 



PINEAU, HENRY LEO (Hank) 
Textile Technology 
1640 Pleasant St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

AATT 1, 2, 3, 4 



PIRES, RICHARD JOSEPH 

Textile Technology 
23 Lucas St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Soccer 

Delta Kappa Phi 



PLAMONDON, PAUL R. 

Textile Technology 

14 Sebastian St. 

Somerset, Mass. 

Activities: 

Yearbook 2 
AATT 1, 2, 3, 4 
AATCC 3, 4 



PLANT, KENNETH R. (Ken) 
Mechanical Engineering 
584 So. Beach St. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

M. E. Club 1, 2, 3 
Vice Pres. 4 



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PLOURDE, MADELINE D. (Mad) 
Painting 
Stafford Road 
Tiverton, R. I. 
Activities: 

Chorus 2 
Drama Club 4 
Movie Series Sel. 
Committee 4 



REIMELS, THOMAS SHAW 

Mechanical Engineering 
279 Main Street 
Buzzards Bay, Mass. 



REMY, DONALD G. 

Business Administration 
415 Water Street 
Portsmouth, Rhode Island 



POITRAS, AUDREY M. 

Mathematics 
612 Eastern Ave. 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Sec.-Treas. 3, 4 



PROUT, RICHARD R. 

Business Administration 
105 Cross Street 
Randolph, Mass. 



RICHARDS, RONALD G. 

Business Administration 
614 So. Main Street 
Fall River, Mass. 



RIGBY, WARREN A. 

Business Administration 
1497 President Avenue 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Management Club 
Political Science Club 



PUCCINI, GERALD DAVID 

Accounting 

10l/ 2 Lawrence Street 

Taunton, Mass. 

Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 



RAMOS, TEOFILO A. 

Visual Design 

61 Lincoln Avenue 

Fall River, Mass. 



RAPOZA, EDMUND S„ JR. 
Electrical Engineering 
145 Campbell Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 
I.E.E.E. Club 



RAPOZA, JR. JOSEPH 

Electrical Engineering 
803 Stafford Road 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities; 

I.E.E.E. Club 



ROARKE, JAMES W. 

Business Administration 
346 Warner Street 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Management Club (Exc. 

Council) 
American Management Assoc. 



ROCK, ADRIEN H. 

Electrical Engineering 
156 Campbell Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3 
Social Chairman 4 
I.E.E.E. 2, 3 , 4 



ROLFE, JANET R. 

Medical Technology 



RONDELLI, JOHN MARIO 

Accounting 

19 Lovell Street 

Middleboro, Mass. 



RAPOZO, LOUIS 

Textile Technology 
188 Belleville Road 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Varsity Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 

Co-Captain 
Varsity Basketball 1 
Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4 
Delta Kappa Phi 
A.A.T.T. 3, 4 
Naval Aviation Officers 
School 



ROSE, JR. EDWARD F. 
Textile Technology 
7 Diane Street 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 3, 4 
A.A.T.T. 3, 4 



ROY, CLAUDETTE-ANNE 

Textile Design 
20 Irvington Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



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Activities: 

Scrimshaw 3, 4 
Kappa Sigma Phi 3, 4 
Torch 3 
Chorus 1, 2, 3 
Madrigal Singers 1, 2, 3 
Drama 3, 4 



Activities: 

Newman Club 1 
Kappa Sigma Phi 2, 3, 4 

Treasurer 4 
Class Secretary 3, 4 
Management Club 4 
Dean's List 1, 3 



RYALL, MARIAN JANET 
Chemistry 
83 Gidley Road 
North Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

Chorus 1, 2 
Chi Delta Phi 3, 4 
Inter-Fraternity Council 3 
A.C.S. Student Affiliate 
Chapter 4 
Treasurer 4 



SAADI, JOHN T. 

Electrical Engineering 
232 State Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

I.E.E.E. Club 
Vice President of 

International Students 
Club 



SACHS, MICHAEL COHEN 

Electrical Engineering 

123 Morningside Road 

Worcester, Mass. 

Activities: 

I.E.E.E. 3, 4 
Psychology Club 2 
Math Club 1, 2 
Intra-Basketball 1, 2 



ST. AMOUR, FREDERICK F. 

290 Anthony Street 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

S.M.T.I. Sports Car Club 



ST. ONGE, LAWRENCE A. 

Accounting 
15 Pope Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 

Student Council 



SANTOS, DAVID C. 
Textile Technology 
222 Seabury Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



SANTOS, RODNEY JOHN 
Textile Technology 
RFD #3, Circuit Road 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.A.T.T. 3, 4 
Nu Beta Tau 3, 4 



SAVICH, RONALD 

Chemistry 

156 Tea Neck Road 

Ridgefield Park, N. J. 






ST. ONGE, WILLARD 

Visual Design 
431 High Street 
Somerset, Mass. 



SAMSON, CLAIRE BLANCH 

Business Administration 
681 Old Fall River Road 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 



SCRIVO, FERDINAND A. (Butch) 
Business Administration 
1124 Bedford Street 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 

American Management Assoc. 



SERA, LUIGI 

Electrical Engineering 
62 Elliott Street 
Worcester, Mass. 
I.E.E.E. 



SHEEHAN, RICHARD WILLIAM (Rick) 

Textile Technology 

38 Rounds Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

A.A.T.T. 3, 4 

Delta Kappa Phi 2, 3, 4 



SHERMAN, JOHN S. (Ironman) 

Accounting 

36 Chancery Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 3, 4 
Sergeant-at-Arms and 
Pledge Master 
Circle K 2, 3 
Board of Directors 4 
Lt. Gov. Div. II and III 
Tennis 2, 3, 4 
I.F.C 4 
Sailing Club 4 
International Club 4 



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SHORROCK, STEVEN ROBERT (Stuffy) 
Textile Technology 
74 Spruce Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

A.A.T.T. 

A.A.T.C.C 



Activities: 

Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 4 

Captain 
Baseball Team 3, 4 
A.A.T.T. 1, 2, 3, 4 
Delta Kappa Phi 

Social Chairman 2, 3, 4 



SILVA, SUSAN JANE (Sue) 

Fashion Illustration 

8 North Street 

Rochester, Mass. 

Activities: 

Head Cheerleader 3 
Kappa Sigma Phi 



SIMMONS, DANA REED 
Painting 
So. of Commons 
Little Compton, R.I. 



SNIGGER, ROBERT JAMES 

Textile Technology 

255 Eugenia Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 

Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 
Varsity Baseball Team 
Varsity Basketball Team 



SOUZA, JOHN J. (Jose) 
Electrical Engineering 
17 Sheppard Avenue 
Brockton, Mass. 



SOUZA, PAUL V. 

Textile Technology 
60 Orchard Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Nu Beta Tau 
A.A.T.T. 



SOUZA, RUTH ANNE (Fuf) 
Chemistry 
35 McGurk Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

American Chem. Society 
Teacher's Aide — Adult 
Basic Education Program 



SPINGLER, HENRY L. 

Painting 

1 1 West Street 

Newport, Rhode Island 



SPIRLET, RAYMOND JOHN (Ray) 
Textile Technology 
2225 Purchase Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 



STETSON, G. ROBERT, JR. 

Electrical Engineering 
173 Leonard Street 
Acushnet, Mass. 
Activities: 
I.E.E.E. 



STONE, RICHARD DAVID (Dick) 

Business Administration 
12 Patton Avenue 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 

Dean's List 2, 3, 4 
Student Senate 4 
Sr. Class Senator 
Parliamentarian 
Finance Committee: 

Co-Chairman 
Election Commission 
Student Accredited Organi- 
zation: Asst. Treasurer 
Senior Class Exec. Council 
Management Club 3, 4 

Treasurer 4 
American Management Assoc. 3, 4 
El Circulo Espanol (Spanish Club) 

President 3 
Orientation Committee: 

Asst. Chairman 
Marketing Club 3 4 
S.M.T.I. Representative to 
S.E. Mass. Purchasing Agents 
Association 4 
Junior Prom Committee: 

Program Chairman 
Name Change Committee 4 



STUPALSKI, FREDERICK J. 

Mechanical Engineering 
20 Main Avenue 
No. Dartmouth, Mass. 



SULLIVAN, JR. JAMES E. 
Accounting 



SYLVIA, RAYMOND (Ray) 
Accounting 
5 Taber Street 
Fairhaven, Mass. 



TABER, GEORGE FRANCES JR. 
Mechanical Engineering 



TANGUAY, RONALD CHARLES (Ronnie) 
Textile Finishing 



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62 Hoye Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Phi Psi 

A.A.T.T. 

A.A.T.C.C 



TAVARES, JR. JOHN J. 

Textile Fashion 
341 North Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Nu Beta Tau 

A.A.T.T. 



THOMAS, WAYNE RONALD 
Electrical Engineering 
23 Summitt Drive 
E. Bridgewater, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 
I.E.E.E. 1, 2, 3, 4 

Vice Chairman 4 
Intramural Basketball 
Fraternity Softball 3, 4 



THOMPSON, ALLEN R. 
Accounting 
82 Hillside Avenue 
Somerset, Mass. 
Activities: 
Ski Club 



TOUSIGNANT, RICHARD BALLOU 

Mechanical Engineering 

39 Booth Avenue 

Pawtucket, Rhode Island 

Activities: 

Epsilon Phi Pi 1, 2, 3, 4 
Mechanical Engineering Club 
Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4 



TRACY, JEREMIAH A. JR. (Trace) 

Civil Engineering 
28 Gibbs Avenue 
Newport, Rhode Island 
Activities: 

Engineering Society 



TWAROG, JANICE S. 
Fashion Illustration 
52 Morton Court 
New Bedford, Mass. 



VAUGHN, WARREN ELLIS (Scuzz) 

Mechanical Engineering 
North Street 
Mattapoisett, Mass. 
Activities: 

Mechanical Eng. Cliib 

Ski Club 4 



VIEIRA, ANTONE C. JR. (Tony) 
Business Administration 
316 Old County Road 
Westport, Mass. 
Activities: 

Political Science Club 

Marketing Club 

Intramural Basketball 

Dean's List 



VIGEANT, MARCEL HENRI (Veeg) 
Mechanical Engineering 
139 Perry Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Mechanical Eng. Club 
Intramural Basketball 



WAJDA, EDWARD JOHN (Eddie) 
Textile Technology 
316 Harwich Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Delta Kappa Phi 

A.A.T.T. 



WALSH, JOHN J. JR. 

Business Administration 
1094 Langley Street 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Student Senate — 

Finance Committee 
Vice President of 
Management Club 



TRAVERS, IRENE G. 

Mathematics 



TRAVERS, JAMES ALBERT 

Mathematics 

52 Maryland Street 

New Bedford, Mass. 



TRIPP, WAYNE RICHMOND 
Visual Design 
271 Chace Avenue 
Dighton, Mass. 



WARBURTON, JAMES STANLEY 
Civil Engineering 
Marion Road 
Mattapoisett, Mass. 



WARD, FRANK E. JR. 
Biology 

330 Coggeshall Street 
Fall River, Mass. 



WEISER, PAUL BARRINGTON 

Chemistry 



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WESTNER, RUDOLF (Rudy) 
Biology 

560 County Street 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Biology Club 



WOJTASZEK, RICHARD D. (Rich) 

Textile Technology 
387 Hersom St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

AATT 

Nu Beta Tau 



WHITMORE, PAULETTE 

Medical Technology 
101 E. County Street 
Somerset, Mass. 



WILCOX, WALTER P. Ill (Walt) 
Mechanical Engineering 
75 Colfax Street 
Fall River, Mass. 
Activities: 

Mechanical Engineering Club 

Epsilon Phi Pi 



WILLIAMS, SANDRA (Sandy) 
Visual Design 
516 Overhill Road 
Warren, Rhode Island 



WINDHAM, KARLA T. 
Painting 
261 Elm Street 
Padanaram, Mass. 



WINSLOW, STEPHEN ALAN 
Business Administration 
46 Meadow Lane 
Somerset, Mass. 



WITENGIER, MARIE ELIZABETH 

Mathematics 

322 South Oxford St. 

Fall River, Mass. 

Activities: 

Newman Club 1 

Chi Delta Phi 1-4 

Math Club 1-4 



WOJTKUNSKI, STEPHEN M. (Steve) 
Textile Technology 
304 Tinkham St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 

Nu Beta Tau 
(Corr. Sec. 3) 
Asst. House Chmn. 4) 
AATT 



WOOD, JOAN BERYL (Joannie) 
Accounting 
5 Adamsville Road 
Westport, Mass. 



WOODBINE, GORDON E. (Bud) 

Mechanical Engineering 
99 Smith St. 
Attleboro, Mass. 
Activities: 

M.E. Club 



YUEN, ROBERT H. (Bob) 
Electrical Engineering 
R.F.D. #1 Central Ave. 
Pascoag, R. I. 
Activities: 

IEEE 

Phi Psi 

International Club 

Circle K 



ZIEMANSKI, ROGER (Zeke) 
Textile Technology 
84 Lucas St. 
New Bedford, Mass. 
Activities: 
AATT 



GRADUATE SCHOOL 



ADAMS, ROGER M. 
Master of Science 

FARRINGTON, JOHN W 
Master of Science 

FLYNN, JOAN R. 

Master of Fine Arts 



MC KENNA, PAUL J. 
Master of Fine Arts 

NOZYNSKI, JOHN H. 
Master of Fine Arts 

PARIKH, HARISH K. 

Master of Science 



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Lahar, Thomas R. Martin, Jr., George H. 
Peterson, Margaret J. Wagner, Kenneth A. 
Venancio, Donald C. 

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